2016 NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

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NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

Held in conjunction with NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), the 2016 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown will showcase the most effective safety strategies for single-pilot operators.

The theme of the 2016 Standdown is Operational Risk Management. This event will include informational sessions designed to enhance operators’ knowledge of risk management tactics, tools and training methods. Panel discussions on topics such as best practices and areas of concern will offer attendees a variety of perspectives on today’s most pressing safety issues.

Featuring presentations from top industry experts, the 2016 Single-Pilot Safety Standdown promises to provide practical advice that will assist operators in creating and executing effective risk management strategies.

Register to attend Single-Pilot Safety Standdown through NBAA-BACE registration.

  • Agenda

    Conference Agenda

    Review the Single-Pilot Safety Standdown agenda and learn more about the speakers and topics. Review the agenda.

  • Hotel & Travel

    Housing & Transportation

    Review the list of hotels in Orlando that are offering special NBAA-BACE rates.

  • Sponsorship Opportunities

    Sponsorship Opportunities

    Learn about sponsorship opportunities for NBAA’s Safety Events – the Single Pilot Safety Standdown and the National Safety Forum.

  • Webcast


    Watch the 2016 NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown online from your location.

  • Registration


    Register for NBAA_BACE and the Single Pilot Safety Standdown.

2016 NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

NBAA wishes to thank its generous sponsors for supporting the Single-Pilot Safety Standdown.

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