56th Annual Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar

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Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar

Founded by Flight Safety Foundation (FSF) in 1955 and co-sponsored by NBAA since 1998, the Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar (CASS) is recognized as the premier forum for the discussion and exchange of safety information for business aviation operations. The 56th Annual Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar will be held from April 19 to 21, 2011, at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina, in San Diego, CA.

Registration is now open. Visit the FSF web site to learn more and register.

Visit the Sheraton site to make hotel reservations. (Group rate available until March 28.)

About CASS

At this annual three-day forum, operators meet with industry leaders, government officials and university researchers for a comprehensive review of business aviation safety issues. Participants find the right blend of technical presentations, informal discussion, personal interaction and exhibits.

Each CASS presentation aims to deliver useful, specific information directly applicable to business aviation operations. In 2011, presenters will examine such topics as fatigue management systems, professionalism in aviation, selecting crewmembers for safety, runway excursions and mitigation strategies, safety leadership, medical certification standards and policies, and more.

The seminar opening session will feature NBAA and FSF leaders to include:

  • Ed Bolen, NBAA president and CEO
  • William R. Voss, FSF president and CEO
  • George Ferito, FSF Corporate Advisory Committee chairman
  • Lynn Brubaker, FSF Board of Governors chairman
An NBAA Emergency Response Planning Workshop will be held in conjunction with this event on April 18 and 19 (separate fee required).

CASS also provides exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities to give companies visibility at this event. Direct questions to FSF's Ann Hill at hill@flightsafety.org or NBAA's Sandy Wirtz at swirtz@nbaa.org.

For More Information

Click on the links below for more details about CASS via the FSF web site: