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NBAA and its Member Companies are committed to making business aviation as safe as possible, and in most years, the industry enjoys a safety record comparable to that for the commercial airlines. Nevertheless, NBAA recognizes that one accident is too many, which is why the Association provides several safety education resources as well as its annual Flying Safety Awards, which recognize excellence in safe operations.
Robert E. Breiling Associates has released the 2008 Annual Business Turbine Aircraft Accident Review. The annual review has become the industry's guide to aviation safety, with detailed narrative accounts of fixed- and rotary-wing turbine aircraft accidents and incidents reported worldwide in 2008. A summary of each accident is included, identifying aircraft model, operator type, phase of operation, conditions and a factual description of all reported circumstances. NBAA Members will receive a discount when purchasing the review. For more information, contact Breiling Associates at (561) 338-6900 or email@example.com, or visit http://www.breilinginc.com.
Joining with Bombardier, NBAA sponsors this multi-day event focused on improving business aviation safety. The Safety Standdown brings aircraft operators together with safety experts in the industry and government for a series of seminars that integrate knowledge-based and skill-based training, and focus on a variety of safety-related topics, including medical training, in-flight fire fighting, aircraft evacuations on land and in water, high-altitude physiology (hypoxia), fatigue countermeasures, runway incursions, icing and use of airborne weather radar. All participants receive a completion certificate, and are eligible to receive continuing education credits from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, National Test Pilot School and NBAA’s Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Program. The Safety Standdown is provided to the industry at no charge for participants. Learn more about Safety Standdown.
Because safety is paramount in business aviation and demands that professionals continually improve their skills through shared best practices, NBAA actively supports regional groups that hold safety seminars in their local communities. These events promote the best thinking about safety, and augment the information provided at NBAA's national safety events like the annual Safety Standdown and the Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar. Read more.
NBAA’s Flying Safety Awards have brought worldwide attention to the business aviation community's outstanding safety record, and have been endorsed and approved by the National Safety Council. Awarded annually, the Flying Safety Awards recognize the individuals and organizations that have achieved superior safety records. The Flying Safety Award recipients exemplify the careful and conscientious way that business aviation operators fly and maintain their aircraft. Learn more about the Flying Safety Awards.
NBAA’s Prototypical Safety Manual is designed to assist Member Companies in developing or refining a formal safety program. Read more.
NBAA ALAR Training Aid
Produced for NBAA Members in partnership with Flight Safety Foundation (FSF), the NBAA ALAR Training Aid customizes the FSF's Approach-and-Landing Accident Reduction (ALAR) Tool Kit materials for business aviation users. This training aid utilizes select publications and presentations found in the FSF Tool Kit, augmented by visual aids and a discussion leader’s guide for the aviation industry.
The NBAA ALAR Training Aid is available to all NBAA Operating Members as a membership premium, and is a continuation of NBAA's commitment to promote safety among the Association's Membership and the larger aviation community. The resource is mailed to all NBAA Members, and is also made available at NBAA's safety-themed events.