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NBAA Supports the Houston-Area Business Aviation Community At the Local Level
NBAA's Business Aviation Regional Forums are day-long learning and peer networking venues designed to meet the needs of regional business aviation communities, and to provide an introduction to local leaders interested in learning more about the industry. The Houston Forum will feature hundreds of Attendees, 50 indoor Exhibitors, approximately 20 aircraft on Static Display, and a number of presentations with valuable information for those operating in the region.
At the forum, NBAA's Membership staff will provide information on NBAA Membership benefits. Additionally, NBAA's Operations staff and officials from FAA ATC Traffic Management will answer questions about business aircraft ownership and regional operating procedures and policies.
At this Forum, exhibitors of all types and sizes present products and services directly to business aircraft owners, operators, and other customers. Learn more.
View the schedule of events for the Houston Regional Forum. Continue.
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Companies increase their visibility by becoming official Business Aviation Regional Forum sponsors. Continue.
Useful information about the Business Aviation Regional Forum, particularly for first time attendees. Learn more.
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