2017 NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

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NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

Join us for NBAA’s Single Pilot Safety Standdown, October 9 in Las Vegas, NV or online via a live webcast. This is the event to enhance your knowledge and skills necessary to improve safety in single-pilot business aviation operations.

The 2017 NBAA Single Pilot Safety Standdown theme is “Building a Culture of Safety for Single Pilot Operations,” and it will feature presentations that provide practical tools and information to enhance the safety of their operations.

Held in conjunction with NBAA’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), there is no registration fee for the Single Pilot Safety Standdown, however, registration is required to ensure adequate seating for attendees, as well as to facilitate assignment of NBAA Certified Aviation Manager and FAA WINGS Program credits.

  • 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 Las Vegas that are offering special NBAA-BACE rates.

  • Webcast

    Webacast

    Watch the 2017 NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown online from your location.


  • Registration

    Registration

    Register for NBAA-BACE and the Single Pilot Safety Standdown.


2017 Sponsors

NBAA wishes to thank its generous sponsors for supporting this event.


Additional sponsorship opportunities are available.
Please contact NBAA via sponsorships@nbaa.org to learn more.

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