Global economic, product and technology trends in business aviation, and their impact on Teterboro Airport and the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area, will be part of the discussion at an upcoming National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) event.
The NBAA Business Aviation Regional Forum will be held at the Landmark Aviation facility at Teterboro Airport (TEB) on Thursday, June 25. The forum is expected to draw about 2,000 attendees to offer updates from industry and government leaders, including Ed Bolen, president and CEO, NBAA; Jay Mesinger, J. Mesinger Corporate Jet Sales, Inc.; Michael Dwyer, Guardian Jet; Anthony Kioussis, Asset Insight, Inc; Joseph Zuleta, Aeronautical Systems, Inc; Louis Seno, JSSI; Gabriel Andino, AvPORTS – Teterboro Airport; and Michael Francis, CIT Business Aircraft Finance.
Teterboro Airport (TEB) generates more than 14,900 jobs, $868 million in wages and $2.3 billion in economic activity each year.
Presentations will focus on the challenges and opportunities facing business aviation both nationally and locally. NBAA’s Ed Bolen will provide an update on the issues and policy proposals currently being debate in Washington, which have the potential to impact enterprises using business aviation.
Additionally, the forum will feature a regional exhibition of the latest equipment and services for business aviation owners and operators. Exhibit space will feature 174 exhibitors, along with approximately 34 aircraft, which will be on display.