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Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013
Toronto-based Aviatechnik is a new company running an MRO on Toronto's Pearson International Airport, with advanced support for landing gear, as well as aircraft hydraulics and pneumatic systems. Read more about Aviatechnik.
Apollo 17 astronaut Eugene 'Gene' Cernan received the 2013 Meritorious Service to Aviation Award at NBAA2013.
Read more about the GA Leaders Panel.
Leaders of the nine top general aviation associations met on Oct. 23, 2013, at the GA Leaders Panel, which kicked off the Second Day Opening General Session at NBAA2013. Read more about the GA Leaders Panel.
View photos of the Second Day General Session which includes the presentation of the NBAA Doswell Award to astronaut Gene Cernan, a GA leaders panel discussion and the presentation of the Combs-Gates Award. See the photos.
The National Aviation Hall of Fame presented its annual Combs Gates Award to aviation artist Mike Machat. Read more about Machat and the Combs Gates Award.
Four FAA officials came to NBAA2013 to answer operators' questions and update them on a variety of initiatives within the agency that will affect business aviation. Read more about the Meet the Regulators session.
Astronaut Eugene "Gene" Cernan, the last man on the moon and a frequent participant in NBAA events and programs, was presented with the Meritorious Service to Aviation Award at NBAA2013. Watch the video.
Several new planes debuted at NBAA2013 at both Henderson Executive Airport and the Las Vegas Convention Center including the Embraer Legacy 500, the Cessna Citation M2 and the Pilatus PC24. Watch the video.
Panelists representing some of the first American companies to set up flight departments in China took part in a session on business in China. Learn more about business in China
The annual s meeting was one of the most interactive sessions at NBAA2013, with committee leaders posing questions to the floor and conducting live polls of attendees, who answered on their smartphones. Read more about the Safety Town Hall
NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition is the world’s largest and most important aviation event dedicated to business aviation, thanks largely the nearly 1,100 companies that are exhibiting. Read more about the NBAA2013 exhibitors
The outdoor static display at Henderson Executive Airport offers attendees a chance to see the latest and greatest that business aviation has to offer – all in one place. Many manufacturers showcase their newest products and hottest aircraft for the first time in this country. Read more about the static display
With just 10 employees, Automated Systems in Aircraft Performance (ASAP) of Cranberry Township, PA conducts runway analysis and weight and balance calculations for aircraft. This is their first NBAA Convention. Read more about ASAP.
View photos of the first Indoor Static Display of Aircraft at the Las Vegas Convention Center, featuring light aircraft, including piston singles, light turboprops and helicopters.See the photos.
Photos from the Static Display of Aircraft at Henderson Executive Airport, where business aircraft buyers from around the globe evaluate a wide spectrum of aircraft options in person. See the photos.
NBAA caught up with Rep. Sam Graves (R-6-MO) to hear his thoughts on general aviation, the GA House Caucus, which he co-chairs, and why he is attending NBAA2013.
Read what he had to say.