For the first time ever, the Online News Bureau of NBAA’s Annual Meeting & Convention includes a photo gallery featuring every aircraft displayed at the show, which this year was held from Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 in Orlando, Fla.
A new study unveiled at the recent National Business Aviation Association convention shows that even during the worst economic times since the Great Depression, companies that relied on business aviation outperformed the field in important measures of shareholder value and recovered from the recession more quickly than their peers across a range of industries representing the U.S. economy. The study, “Business Aviation: Maintaining Shareholder Value Through Turbulent Times,” concludes that companies in the S&P 500 that use business aviation achieved superior financial performance in a number of key measures and also displayed superior ability to respond to the severe downturn. “This answers the question as to why so many American enterprises continue to depend upon business aviation, even in — and perhaps, especially in — tough economic times,” said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen (pictured). Find out more here.
ORLANDO — On Nov. 1, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) wrapped up the third and final day of its 65th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2012), which President and CEO Ed Bolen termed “a very good show.”
Distribution of the 2012-13 edition of the Aircraft Electronics Association’s Pilot’s Guide to Avionics continues Oct. 30-Nov. 1 in Orlando, Fla., during the 65th annual National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Meeting & Convention. The free Pilot’s Guide will be available from AEA staff at booth No. 2591.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) will bestow the organization’s highest award — NBAA’s 2012 Meritorious Service to Aviation — to the Tuskegee Airmen, Oct. 31, during a general session of the association’s Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2012) in Orlando, Florida.
For the first time, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association and the National Business Aviation Association teamed to hold events at the two national party conventions. The goal: Schmoozing politicos to hold high the flag of general aviation.
I attended the first, at the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Tuesday, Aug. 28, to see if AOPA held to its long-time non-partisanship — and to see if anyone would show up!
Boy did they. By 6 p.m., the place was packed. [Read more…]
Registration for the National Business Aviation Associations’s 65th Annual Meeting & Convention is now available.
The convention is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 30, through Thursday, Nov. 1, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, with a Light Business Airplane Static Display at the Orange County Convention Center and a Static Display of Aircraft on Orlando Executive Airport. NBAA2012 is the eighth largest tradeshow in the U.S. and the largest business aviation event in the world.
Attendees may now register online for NBAA2012, and for pre- and post-convention events, including the NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference and Professional Development Program (PDP) courses, as well as for the NBAA/CAN Soiree, an Evening with Angels featuring Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
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Facts, figures and earnest testimonials in a new video leave no doubt about the value of general aviation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The nearly nine-minute presentation, titled “Massachusetts Aviation: Our Link to Economic Prosperity,” was produced earlier this year by the MassDOT Aeronautics Division with help from both the National Business Aviation Association and the Massachusetts Business Aviation Association. You can find out more here, as well as view the video.
The White House again recently reiterated its commitment to imposing new user fees on general aviation in response to a call from 195 members of Congress to abandon the proposal as “the wrong approach” for GA to pay for its use of the aviation system.