The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has released its 2012 schedule of educational seminars and events. NATA also recently released an events catalog, which can be accessed on the association’s homepage.
“This coming year is shaping up to be one of the most pivotal years ever for our members,” said NATA President and CEO James K. Coyne. “We’re going to have an election, both in the White House and at the congressional level, which is very much going to determine the ability of our members to meet the needs of their customers. We also have a fiscal crisis across the country at the federal, state, and local levels that really puts many general aviation airports at risk. If any of our members have ever thought about participating in NATA events, this is the year to do it.”
2012 Conferences, Events & Meetings:
- NATA Industry Excellence Awards Presentation and Dinner; March 28, Washington, D.C.
- FBO Leadership Conference; March 28-29, Washington, D.C.
- Day on the Hill Luncheon and Congressional Visits; March 29, Washington, D.C.;
- Spring Committee Meetings, March 30, Washington, D.C.;
- Air Charter Summit, June 11-13, Chantilly/Dulles, Va;
- Aviation Business Roundtable, Nov. 12-13, Arlington, Va.
- NATA Safety 1st Ground Auditor Training Workshop, Jan. 14-15, San Diego;
- NATA Spring Training Week, March 5-8, Las Vegas (at the Cygnus Aviation Expo March 7-9);
- Line Service Supervisor Training, March 5-6, Las Vegas, May 15-16, Windsor Locks, Conn.;
- FBO Finance Fundamentals, March 6-7, Las Vegas;
- NATA Safety 1st Trainer, March 7, Las Vegas, May 17, Windsor Locks;
- Environmental Compliance Seminar, March 8, Las Vegas;
- FBO Managers Workshop – Influencing Your Airport Commission, March 27-28, Washington, D.C.
Webinars: Go to NATA.aero for the schedule.
“To minimize time away from the office and help lessen the budgetary burden of travel, NATA is offering several comprehensive events starting with the Spring Training Week and A Capital Week for Business Aviation in March,” said NATA Vice President Eric R. Byer. “This year it’s all there so folks can come in for two or three nights to network and tackle some of the big, dicey issues together.”
For more information: NATA.aero