2018 NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

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NBAA Single-Pilot Safety Standdown

Enhance Your Single-Pilot Operational Safety

The industry's 10th annual Single-Pilot Safety Satnddown returns October 15 to Orlando, FL. Throughout a day filled with interactive learning opportunities, expert speakers and lively peer-to-peer discussions, single pilot business aviators will hone their knowledge and skills and explore practical tips to enhance operational safety and risk mitigation.

Scheduled presentations include detailed analysis of single-pilot business aviation accident data, interactive discussions on mitigation best practices, and leadership briefings from NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen, AOPA President and CEO Mark Baker, and EAA CEO and Chairman Jack Pelton. Held in conjunction with the 2018 NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), there is a separate registration fee of $40 for the networking lunch for Standdown attendees.

  • Program Schedule

    Conference Agenda

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

  • Hotel & Travel

    Housing & Transportation

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

  • Registration

    Registration

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


2018 Sponsor

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


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

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