The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has issued the third release in its video briefings series. Titled “Hypocrisy,” in this video, NATA President James Coyne asserts that the best way to get the economy moving is to get America moving.
Coyne points out that in his first year as president, President Barack Obama has used general aviation more than any other president in history. He goes on to thank President Obama for setting such a good example, and proving that general aviation is, indeed, a vital part of America’s economy.
A new video will be released every few weeks and will focus on “hot topics” and important current events affecting the association’s membership and the general aviation industry at-large.
“These video briefings allow me to speak directly to our members on current political and financial issues affecting their companies,” Coyne stated. “I will also be able to provide some candid perspective as to how these issues impact the bottom line of aviation businesses and what actions our members can take to ensure that their companies are protected from new taxes and unnecessary regulations.”
To view “Hypocrisy,” click here.