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Since 1972, operators of small aircraft for business purposes have relied on NBAA’s Small Aircraft Exemption to carry passengers and property, and charge for a flight, enter into timesharing, interchange or joint ownership agreements, or to conduct demonstration flights and receive compensation. Those covered by NBAA’s Small Aircraft Exemption include all piston aircraft, helicopter and turbine aircraft (single-engine or under 12,500 lbs.) operators, provided they are NBAA Members. Learn more.
NBAA’s Annual Meeting & Convention is the world's largest civil aviation trade show, serving as the premier event and annual meeting place for the business aviation community. This year, NBAA2009 will offer a series of Education Sessions tailored to small business aircraft owners and entrepreneurs who may be considering using business aircraft to help their business. Learn more.
Small flight departments also benefit from NBAA's extensive access to peers and industry experts, as well as industry guidance from the Management Guide and Compensation & Benchmark Survey, among NBAA’s other operational and management resources. Learn more.
NBAA provides On-Demand Education offerings to help business aviation professionals ascend in their careers. On-demand courses are available in two formats: online as a pay-per-view product, or via video CD-ROM. Learn more.