2017 Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference

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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Aircraft Performance Basics


Presented by: Luciano Cacciapuoti, FlightSafety International;

Aircraft performance issues, in conjunction with weather variables, can make or break trips. Flight schedulers often wonder why operations may be safe at a particular airport on one day but unsafe at the same airport on another day. Knowing an aircraft's capabilities and the variables that affect its performance can help a scheduler anticipate scheduling issues before they actually become problems. Attendees will learn about these variables, get a basic understanding of the pilots' world on the flight deck and the instruments they use to make safety of flight decisions.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Aircraft Performance Basics - Powerpoint

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Business Aviation Hot Topics


Presented by:

NBAA Staff, including the Association’s regional representatives, will discuss current business aviation issues and highlight NBAA’s advocacy work and local current events. As dynamic as the industry is, the session’s agenda may change, but it will likely include an update on FAA Reauthorization, EPA Emissions, the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS), No Plane, No Gain Advocacy, TSA’s Large Aircraft Security Program (LASP), Customs, and other timely topics. Regional representatives will also discuss the benefits of being involved in a regional group and regional events, as well as local access issues and training information available in your area.

NBAA Hot Topics Powerpoint Cover Slide

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

If You Can't Say Something Nice, What Do You Say?


Presented by: Sarita Maybin, SaritaTalk;

This session is an excellent transition from the morning’s general session presentation.


We've all been told "If you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all.” This high energy presentation will provide practical approaches and positive phrases for those times when you need to say something NOT so nice. Learn how to constructively clue someone in, deflect the negative comment of a well-meaning friend, or let a business colleague know what he or she is doing that drives you crazy - without destroying the relationship.


This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

If You Can't Say Something Nice, What Do You Say? - powerpoint

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Operating in Asia - What to know before you go


Presented by: Julie Ambrose, ASA Group Holdings, Ltd.; Keith Dixon, Colt International; Scott Harrold, Signature Flight Support; Craig Hanlon, DuPont Aviation;

With increasing infrastructure investments, the Asian business aviation environment is rapidly expanding. Despite the gains made in recent years, operating to this region is still fraught with challenges and everchanging regulations that have the potential to derail even the most experienced operators. This session will discuss key operational strategies from the first hand perspective of experts from this region and will provide insight covering processes and requirements such as scheduling, planning, safety and security, obtaining permits and visas, cultural considerations, ground support and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and join in the discussion. Attendees of the session will leave with a planning checklist highlighting best practices for successful operations into Asia, knowledge of critical pre-planning requirements such as securing permits, visas, PPR’s and slots as well as arranging third-party services such as ground support, fueling, catering, etc., and an understanding of regional cultural considerations.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Operating in Asia - What to know before you go - India/China powerpoint

Operating in Asia - What to know before you go - SE Asia - Powerpoint

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Customs and Border Protection Hot Topics


Presented by: Laura Everington, Universal Weather & Aviation, Inc.; Scott Harrold, Signature Flight Support; Craig Hanlon, DuPont Aviation;

What issues are currently affecting your operation? This open discussion will cover key issues and recent changes both internationally and domestic as they relate to Customs & Border Protection (CBP). Panelists will tentatively include a representative from the CBP and CANPASS.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Customs and Border Protection Hot Topics - CANPASS

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Igniting Your Aviation Passion: The Dreams Soar Initiative


Presented by: Shaesta Waiz, Dreams Soar, Inc; Lyndse Costabile, Dreams Soar, Inc;

From refugee camp to becoming the first female civilian pilot from Afghanistan, Captain Shaesta Waizseeks to empower the next generationaround the globe in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math(STEM) as she makes a historicsolo flight around the world mid-2017. Alongthe route, Waiz will team with inspiring women, and together they’ll host outreach events focused on careers inSTEMfields. The initiative willinspire the next generation of aviation professionals. This session will reignite your passion for aviation and inspire you to work within your own flight department and maybe your own local community to share your own passion and commitment to aviation with others interested in this field.

Dreams Soar Cover Slide Powerpoint

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Managing a Medical Emergency


Presented by: Debbi Laux, MedAire, Inc.; Matt Mason, American Express Co., Inc.; Justin Pastor, ;

New and seasoned schedulers and licensed dispatchers should learn the benefits of creating and implementing an emergency procedure plan that includes case management of an inflight illness, injury or death onboard. This session will feature “lessons learned” from a flight department during a recent unexpected medical emergency onboard their business aircraft. Confirm how preparation, planning and teamwork can positively impact your domestic and global missions if you face this potential situation.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Managing a Medical Emergency - Powerpoint

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Scheduling 101: Building a Trip from the Ground Up


Presented by: Dion Glenn, Fertitta Enterprises; Jackie Charles-Spears, Nordstrom, Inc.; Deb Prosinski, CAM, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.;

This session will take you through a domestic trip and provide you with tips on how to address many common challenges of trip planning. Attendees will learn the basics of trip-building, the benefits of creating and using a checklist, and gain insights on how to strategically develop successful relationships with executive assistants and customer service representatives.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Checklist - Domestic

Commonly Used Acronyms

S&D Trip Check List

Scheduling 101: Building a Trip from the Ground Up - Powerpoint

Thursday, February 9, 2017

8:45 AM - 10:00 AM

Europe - What Could, Might, and Will Happen


Presented by: Scott Harrold, Signature Flight Support; Craig Hanlon, DuPont Aviation; Guy Gribble, International Flight Resources, LLC; Terry Yeomans, IBAC; Henry LeDuc, UAS International Trip Support;

The UK is on the brink of one of the biggest changes to the European Union in recent history. This panel will detail the possible effects the industry will see as it relates to operational activity, fuel prices, and the future of business aviation in Europe. The session will explore possible outcomes and their potential impact on your operations.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Europe - What Could, Might, and Will Happen - Brexit Powerpoint

Europe - What Could, Might, and Will Happen - Operations Powerpoint

Europe - What Could, Might, and Will Happen - Planning Powerpoint

Europe - What Could, Might, and Will Happen - Sample Trip Powerpoint

8:45 AM - 10:00 AM

Learning & Understanding the Budget


Presented by: Ann Widay, Rockwell Collins; Brandon Battles, Conklin & de Decker Associates, Inc.;

Whether you've been given the task of developing or taking over your department budget or you want a better understanding of the budget process, this introduction to flight department budgeting will provide a detailed overview of the process, contributing factors, and how to begin creating a basic budget. Walk through a sample budget and learn more about direct operating costs, fixed costs and how they differ.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Learning & Understanding the Budget - Powerpoint

8:45 AM - 10:00 AM

Utilizing Technology to Increase Efficiency


Presented by: James Spadaro, Stellar Labs; David Purvis, Rockwell Collins;

Technology takes on many forms in flight departments, including Electronic Flight Bags, mobile device management, interfacing scheduling software with maintenance, crew training, flight availability, going paperless and other programs. Learn how to utilize and leverage resources to become tech-savvy with ease.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Utilizing Technology to Increase Efficiency - Powerpoint

8:45 AM - 10:00 AM

What Your Aircraft Does When You're Not Looking...


Presented by: John Sullivan, Welsh-Sullivan Group; Jim Buchanan, CAM, AT&T;

When your aircraft is away from base how is it being secured and protected from criminal activity, the elements, or accidental damage? Is there a way for you to actively monitor its safety and security? What are steps you can take to minimize risk and expedite recovery so that your aircraft will be ready to go on its next scheduled mission? A panel of experts will share best practices to help you protect your asset.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

What Your Aircraft Does When You're Not Looking... - Powerpoint

8:45 AM - 10:00 AM

Your Essential Role in Safety Culture Development


Presented by: Stephen Birch, Charter for Charity, Inc.;

As the primary communication conduit, schedulers and licensed dispatchers play an influential role in developing safety culture within their organizations. Unfortunately, they are often overlooked by leadership in this aspect. The basic premise of safety culture creation is the ability of the organization to align policy and action. Safety culture relies upon the development of high-trust and leader-follower relationships to be effective. This session will merge academic concepts with statistical data to provide practical solutions on how schedulers and licensed dispatchers can reinforce safety through personal action.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Your Essential Role in Safety Culture Development - Powerpoint

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Central & South America Operations


Presented by: Keith Dixon, Colt International; Scott Harrold, Signature Flight Support; Craig Hanlon, DuPont Aviation; Ana Paula Martin, Lider Aviation; Helmuth Rueckert, ASMCORP; Chris Schweinfurth, ; Cynthia De Oliveira, Lider Aviação;

With the conclusion of both the 2016 Olympic Summer Games in Rio and the 2014 World Cup, how are business aviation operations in South America? This panel will include a review of lessons learned from both events as companies continue to conduct business in the region. This session will also review navigation fees, catering strategies, advantages and disadvantages of tech stops, third-party services, information pertaining to permit & handling requirements, and basics of regional safety, security, and health concerns.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Central & South America Operations - Powerpoint

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Engaging with Corporate HQ


Presented by: Jason Krinsky, JCPenny Co., Inc.; Delane Hutcheson, Caris Air Services; Sharon Martin, Chubb Flight Operations;

Sometimes being out of sight and/or “invisible” as a flight department isn’t always a good thing. Engaging flight department members to interact and work together with “downtown” to build relationships with those key individuals could be a win, win for both parties. This session will detail what steps involved with working with the accounting department, HR, executives, and much more.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Business Aviation Insider - New Aviation Director

Business Aviation Insider - Become a Strategic Partner

Business Aviation Insider - Closing the Gap

Business Aviation Insider - Managing Your Flight Department like a Business

Engaging with Corporate HQ - Powerpoint

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Fatigue Management for the Scheduler & Licensed Dispatcher, does it matter?


Presented by: Steven Hursh, Ph.D, Institute for Behavior Resources, Inc.;

Yes, your fatigue absolutely matters. When you work fatigued, what's the worst that can happen? This session will examine the less obvious causes and effects of fatigue to help the scheduler and licensed dispatcher to recognize their personal fatigue factors. Presenters will discuss realistic strategies to restore work-life balance.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Fatigue Management for the Scheduler & Licensed Dispatcher, does it matter? - Powerpoint

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Schedulers: Accidental to Influential


Presented by: Dorette Kerr, Deere & Company Aviation Dept; Sharon Forbes, DuPont Aviation; Eve Gregory, Solairus Aviation;

So many people in the scheduling profession remark about how they “accidentally fell into aviation” and their scheduling careers. A panel of veteran scheduling professionals will share their personal career path experiences including how they adapted their careers over the past few decades to changes in technology, equipment, regulations, and leadership. Their lessons learned will provide you with tips to “Steer Your Career”.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Accidental to Influential Powerpoint

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Weather and Its Impact on Traffic; The National Airspace System (NAS)


Presented by: John Kosak, NBAA; Joel Siegel, Rockwell Collins; Bruce Carmichael, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR);

Building upon your existing knowledge, learn how to proactively assess, communicate, and respond to potential impacts to your operation. More than just a refresher, this session will equip you with the tools and resources to educate your customers and potentially reduce operational delays.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Weather and Its Impact on Traffic; The National Airspace System (NAS) - Powerpoint

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Africa/Middle East Operations


Presented by: Scott Harrold, Signature Flight Support; Craig Hanlon, DuPont Aviation; Caterina Taylor, Jetex Flight Support; Susan Mashibe, VIA Aviation Ltd; Gordon Macari, Jetex Flight Support;

Historically, the majority of business aviation trips to Africa and the Middle East were focused on the northern and southern edges of the region. Recently, however, the number of business aviation movements to the region mirrors the continued growth in the oil industry in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly along the western coast and Nigeria. While the continent is still in its earliest stages of development as a business aviation market, industry experts are eyeing it for its immense potential. This session will cover what operators need to understand including managing passenger expectations, taking proper health and security precautions, understanding what services will and won’t be available, and cultural considerations.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Africa/Middle East Operations - Powerpoint

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Getting Your Dispatcher License Roundtable


Presented by: Amber Finchum, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance; Chris Algee, Jet Aviation Holdings USA, Inc.; Aymie Thornton, JCPenny Co., Inc.;

What does it really take to get your dispatch license and what do you do with it once you have it? Licensed dispatchers, not affiliated with any formal licensed dispatcher training programs, will moderate roundtable discussions exploring different ways to obtain and apply your dispatch license. Those associated with formal licensed dispatcher training programs are kindly asked not to attend this session to allow attendees and moderators to more freely engage with one another. Attendees will be given a list of exhibitors who offer dispatch license training and their booth numbers to seek out for more information beforethe roundtable.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Getting Your Dispatcher License Roundtable - Powerpoint

List of Dispatch License Providers exhibiting at SDC2017

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Successfully Steer Your Way Through a Diverse Workplace


Presented by: Honey Stempka, Undo Undone;

Discover the benefits, beyond the bottom line, of how a diverse workforce can enhance your organization. Take the reins and develop a greater capacity to effectively interact with different generations in your workplace and expand on your ability to work with team members and customers that may think, act, and look differently from you, paving the way for a workplace that allows people to bring their “whole” selves to work.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Successfully Steer Your Way Through a Diverse Workplace - Powerpoint

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

The Guide to Onboarding Schedulers


Presented by: Carrie Wicht, Harley-Davidson Motor Company;

Training a new scheduler to perform confidently and proficiently in a flight department can be challenging since they may have very limited or no business aviation experience. Once you’ve chosen the right individual for your scheduling department, how do you bridge the gap in perspective and knowledge to help ensure the scheduler’s success within your organization? This session will provide you the tools and best practices to successfully onboard your next scheduler or licensed dispatcher.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Generic New Hire Checklist

The Guide to Onboarding Schedulers - Powerpoint

Friday, February 10, 2017

8:30 AM - 9:45 AM

Eliminating Organizational Blind Spots


Presented by: Kellie Birmingham, Bell Helicopters;

Do your organizational and time management skills need improvement? Are you too busy to even make time for this? Learn best practices to help streamline your workload and let technology do some of the work for you. An organizational expert will guide you towards setting yourself up to succeed every day.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Session Handouts

Eliminating Organizational Blind Spots - Powerpoint

8:30 AM - 9:45 AM

Exceptional FBO and Flight Department Partners


Presented by: Aymie Thornton, JCPenny Co., Inc.; Reed Pigman, Texas Jet, Inc.; Tor Helgeson, Texas Instruments;

This moderated panel discussion will provide perspectives from a scheduler, a pilot, and an FBO operator as they share their perspectives on these factors critical to FBO selection including professionalism, fuel pricing, customer service, cleanliness, amenities, and facilities. This session is essential for both flight department personnel and FBO professionals to create a lasting partnership.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Exceptional FBO and Flight Department Partners - Powerpoint

8:30 AM - 9:45 AM

International Trip Planning: Going On Your Own


Presented by: Chad Patnode, Pfizer Inc.; Aggie Mitchard, ; John Swaney, Hewlett-Packard Enterprises;

An increasing number of flight departments are taking their international trip planning in house. This session will examine the variety of details that need to be discussed within a department before making the ultimate decision to move forward and handle your own overseas trips. From operational control and cost savings to job security, learn about the benefits and challenges for moving the work in-house. Attendees will leave this session with a foundation to create a checklist for handling your own international trip.This session will continue after the morning break.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

International Checklist

International Dispatch Checklist

International Trip Planning: Going On Your Own - Powerpoint

Comprehensive checklist

8:30 AM - 9:45 AM

Personal & Professional Security Considerations for Today's World


Presented by: Greg Kulis, L Brands; Martha Crunkleton, US Department of State;

Personal safety is just as important as ensuring the safety of your aircraft. Learn how to maximize your own safety and security by increasing situational awareness while traveling, secure your workspace when you’re working solo and being mindful of cyber security measures.This session will continue after the morning break.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Department of State Resources

Security Session Resources

Personal & Professional Security Considerations for Today's World - Kulis Powerpoint

10:15 AM - 11:30 AM

International Trip Planning: Going On Your Own (Part 2)


Presented by: Chad Patnode, Pfizer Inc.; Aggie Mitchard, ; John Swaney, Hewlett-Packard Enterprises;

An increasing number of flight departments are taking their international trip planning in house. This session will examine the variety of details that need to be discussed within a department before making the ultimate decision to move forward and handle your own overseas trips. From operational control and cost savings to job security, learn about the benefits and challenges for moving the work in-house. Attendees will leave this session with a foundation to create a checklist for handling your own international trip.This session continues from before the morning break.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

International Checklist

International Dispatch Checklist

International Trip Planning: Going On Your Own (Part 2) - Powerpoint

10:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Personal & Professional Security Considerations for Today's World (Part 2)


Presented by: John Sullivan, Welsh-Sullivan Group; John Zban, Satcom Direct, Inc.;

Personal safety is just as important as ensuring the safety of your aircraft. Learn how to maximize your own safety and security by increasing situational awareness while traveling, secure your workspace when working solo and being mindful of cyber security measures.This session continues from before the morning break.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Security Session Resources

Personal & Professional Security Considerations for Today's World - Sullivan Powerpoint

Personal & Professional Security Considerations for Today's World (Part 2) - Zban Powerpoint

10:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Smarter Charter


Presented by: Brande Waddle, Glazer's Inc.; Michael Moore, Meridian; Kyle Hanson, Solairus Aviation;

Are charter sales and flight department operations personnel all on the same page? The sales team doesn't always have an operations background, while S&D's may not understand the sales aspect. This session will work to bridge the gap and give both teams the tools to successfully navigate the charter market.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Smarter Charter - Powerpoint

10:15 AM - 11:30 AM

Understanding Tax and Regulations on Business Aviation Aircraft


Presented by: Jonathan Levy, Advocate Consulting Legal Group, PLLC; Daniel Cheung, Aviation Tax Consultants, LLC; Sue Folkringa, Wolcott Associates, P.A.;

Personal Use/SIFL, Business Use, Entertainment Flights, Business-Entertainment Use, Non-Entertainment Flights, Security Exchange Commission, business personal property tax, and setting up a Timeshare. This interactive session will highlight the updates regarding these hot topics learn exactly what they mean, what pertinent information to collect, why you need it and how it can affect your executives and your company. Bring your questions, hear scenarios, and get the answers to help you ensure compliance.This session will continue after lunch.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Understanding Tax and Regulations on Business Aviation Aircraft - Powerpoint

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

CAM Stop, Won't Stop


Presented by: Jim Buchanan, CAM, AT&T; Karen Brunsman, CAM, NextEra Energy, Inc.; Winston Carter, Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation;

Are you ready for the CAM Exam? This session will test your knowledge with actual sample questions from the CAM Study Guide. Presenters will be CAMs including Schedulers & Licensed Dispatchers who will discuss how they earned and maintained their CAM credential. Attendees will learn about the benefits of becoming a CAM, exam content, and how to qualify for the program. These CAMs will share their personal tips that helped them to prepare for the exam. A CAM Study Guide will be raffled at the end of the session.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

CAM Stop, Won't Stop - Powerpoint

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

IS-BAH


Presented by: Terry Yeomans, IBAC; Gary Dietz, AT&T; Bob Agostino, American Aero FTW; Riggs Brown, American Aero FTW;

If your company operates to support business aviation, then this is where you should spend your time this afternoon. The International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) follows the long established structure of the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) and is designed to provide a global system of best practices for ground handlers and operators in support of business aviation. At its core, IS-BAH is designed to not only meet upcoming requirements established by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) but delves further into establishing a robust safety management system (SMS) while incorporating NATA's Safety 1st Ground Audit Program. Hear from actual decision makers within the flight department as well as leaders and IBAC who will provide the audience with a briefing on how the program directly impacts operators.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

IS-BAH - Powerpoint

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

S&D Best Practices


Presented by: Dorette Kerr, Deere & Company Aviation Dept; Kellie Rittenhouse, CAM, Hangar Aviation Management, LLC; Nancy Wittrock, Monsanto Aviation;

Are you curious what is considered best practices for Schedulers & Licensed Dispatchers? This session will host a panel representing all size flight departments to hit on key issues regarding managing S&D coverage after hours, flight following, time management, working solo and much more. Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions and hear how others handle those issues and offer solutions.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

S&D Best Practices - Powerpoint

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Understanding Tax and Regulations on Business Aviation Aircraft (Part 2)


Presented by: Nel Stubbs, Conklin & de Decker Associates, Inc.; Doug Stewart, AircraftLogs;

Personal Use/SIFL, Business Use, Entertainment Flights, Business-Entertainment Use, Non-Entertainment Flights, Security Exchange Commission, business personal property tax, and setting up a Timeshare. This interactive session will highlight the updates regarding these hot topics learn exactly what they mean, what pertinent information to collect, why you need it and how it can affect your executives and your company. Bring your questions, hear scenarios, and get the answers to help you ensure compliance.This session continues from the session before the lunch break.

This Session is eligible for CAM application and recertification credit.

Session is eligible for training acknowledgment as part of the Conference Training Initiative.

Understanding Tax and Regulations on Business Aviation Aircraft (Part 2) - Powerpoint

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