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NBAA Flight Plan is a regular podcast featuring business aviation news and information for people on the go. Each issue provides an overview of important developments affecting NBAA Members, and the Association's work to advocate for their interests. Listen to NBAA Flight Plan to hear the latest operational, regulatory and legislative news, and what it means for companies of all sizes, all across the U.S., that rely on business aviation to succeed. Subscribe to the NBAA Flight Plan podcast via iTunes or listen to past issues on NBAA.org.

Episódios

  • Instruction Needed to Master New Cockpit Technology

    Instruction Needed to Master New Cockpit Technology

    16/06/2014

    Flight management systems technologies, especially when newly adopted, can be major distractions for flight crews, cause runway incursions and lead to confusion in flight, according … Continued The post Instruction Needed to Master New Cockpit Technology appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • NBAA, Regional Groups Work Together on Business Aviation Issues

    NBAA, Regional Groups Work Together on Business Aviation Issues

    09/06/2014

    Regional business aviation leaders met last week in San Antonio, TX for the NBAA Regional Leadership Roundtable, an annual forum for exchanging ideas and sharing … Continued The post NBAA, Regional Groups Work Together on Business Aviation Issues appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • NBAA Conducting Flight Department Manager Job Analysis Review Process

    NBAA Conducting Flight Department Manager Job Analysis Review Process

    02/06/2014

    At the NBAA Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) Governing Board meeting this month, the highly detailed Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) job analysis will begin the revision … Continued The post NBAA Conducting Flight Department Manager Job Analysis Review Process appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • The Fight to Keep East Hampton Airport Open Escalates

    The Fight to Keep East Hampton Airport Open Escalates

    26/05/2014

    The battle over noise from East Hampton Airport escalated into a lawsuit, which was recently settled when the FAA agreed to end three grant assurance … Continued The post The Fight to Keep East Hampton Airport Open Escalates appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Trust Is Key in Developing a Positive Safety Culture

    Trust Is Key in Developing a Positive Safety Culture

    19/05/2014

    The NBAA Safety Committee lists what it calls a “positive safety culture” as one of its 2014 Top Safety Focus Areas, and it is actively … Continued The post Trust Is Key in Developing a Positive Safety Culture appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • NBAA Can Help Graduates Get Ahead in Business Aviation

    NBAA Can Help Graduates Get Ahead in Business Aviation

    12/05/2014

    As aviation students prepare for graduation at colleges throughout the country, many may be wondering how they will get ahead once they start their business … Continued The post NBAA Can Help Graduates Get Ahead in Business Aviation appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Annual Roundtable Promotes Networking Among Regional Leaders

    Annual Roundtable Promotes Networking Among Regional Leaders

    05/05/2014

    Leaders from business aviation groups across the country will meet at NBAA’s second annual Regional Leadership Roundtable, set for June 5 in San Antonio, TX. … Continued The post Annual Roundtable Promotes Networking Among Regional Leaders appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Professionalism Among NBAA Committee’s Top Safety Focus Areas

    Professionalism Among NBAA Committee’s Top Safety Focus Areas

    28/04/2014

    Among the Top Safety Focus Areas listed by the NBAA Safety Committee, “professionalism” is often the most difficult to define. “That’s exactly what the Professionalism … Continued The post Professionalism Among NBAA Committee’s Top Safety Focus Areas appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • New ‘Climb Via,’ ‘Descend Via’ Phraseology Makes Communication Easier

    New ‘Climb Via,’ ‘Descend Via’ Phraseology Makes Communication Easier

    21/04/2014

    In an airspace increasingly composed of RNAV fixes and the routes they define, the FAA has introduced new phraseology for the delivery of IFR clearances: … Continued The post New ‘Climb Via,’ ‘Descend Via’ Phraseology Makes Communication Easier appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Education Is Key to Ensuring Pilots’ Fitness for Duty

    Education Is Key to Ensuring Pilots’ Fitness for Duty

    14/04/2014

    Ensuring fitness for duty – physically, mentally, emotionally and cognitively – is one of the most important aspects of a pilot’s job, and so crucial … Continued The post Education Is Key to Ensuring Pilots’ Fitness for Duty appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Optimism Prevails for Growth of Business Aviation in India

    Optimism Prevails for Growth of Business Aviation in India

    07/04/2014

    Business aircraft operators in India are “cautiously optimistic” about the coming of a new government in June, which may bring with it major changes in … Continued The post Optimism Prevails for Growth of Business Aviation in India appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Podcast Series to Focus on Safety Areas

    Podcast Series to Focus on Safety Areas

    31/03/2014

    Following the announcement earlier this year of the NBAA Safety Committee’s 2014 Top Safety Focus Areas, the committee and its associated working groups are working … Continued The post Podcast Series to Focus on Safety Areas appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • IBAC Looks to Continue Forging Relationships with Asian Operators

    IBAC Looks to Continue Forging Relationships with Asian Operators

    24/03/2014

    The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) is hitting the road next month, hoping to forge alliances with business aircraft operators in several key venues, including … Continued The post IBAC Looks to Continue Forging Relationships with Asian Operators appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • More Safety Programs Lead to Increased Cooperation

    More Safety Programs Lead to Increased Cooperation

    17/03/2014

    Steve Hadley, NBAA’s Southwest regional representative and director of regional programs, said growing regional cooperation is a factor in increased safety awareness and practices, and … Continued The post More Safety Programs Lead to Increased Cooperation appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Administration Again Attempts to Impose Aviation User Fees

    Administration Again Attempts to Impose Aviation User Fees

    10/03/2014

    To help the business aviation community mobilize in opposition to President Obama’s latest aviation user fee proposal, NBAA provides a Contact Congress advocacy tool with … Continued The post Administration Again Attempts to Impose Aviation User Fees appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Challenges Remain Before Viable Supersonic Jet Comes to Market

    Challenges Remain Before Viable Supersonic Jet Comes to Market

    03/03/2014

    With breakthroughs in the technology of sonic boom shaping, some say the possibility of a supersonic business jet (SSBJ) may be getting closer to realization. … Continued The post Challenges Remain Before Viable Supersonic Jet Comes to Market appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • Air Traffic Services Subscribers to Benefit From New App

    Air Traffic Services Subscribers to Benefit From New App

    24/02/2014

    The new system enables subscribers to either email their flight plans or post them to an NBAA web page, then use that page to review and even edit their submissions, according to NBAA Air Traffic Management Specialist Jim McClay. "There's now more than one way to submit flights to us, and subscribers can make changes to their itineraries without having to resend the entire schedule," he added. The post Air Traffic Services Subscribers to Benefit From New App appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • All Pilots Should Become Familiar With AOA Indicator

    All Pilots Should Become Familiar With AOA Indicator

    12/02/2014

    Now that the FAA has streamlined the procedures for certification of angle of attack (AOA) indicators, the next step is to gain greater awareness of … Continued The post All Pilots Should Become Familiar With AOA Indicator appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • European Officials Hope to Open Up More Airport Slots to Business Aviation

    European Officials Hope to Open Up More Airport Slots to Business Aviation

    10/02/2014

    Small general aviation aircraft had virtually disappeared from some London-area airports and, as low-cost commercial carriers proliferated, the percentage of business aircraft movements declined, according … Continued The post European Officials Hope to Open Up More Airport Slots to Business Aviation appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

  • IBAC Looking at Refining IS-BAO for Single-Plane, Single-Pilot Operations

    IBAC Looking at Refining IS-BAO for Single-Plane, Single-Pilot Operations

    03/02/2014

    The International Standard for Business Aviation Operations (IS-BAO), a comprehensive set of best practices for establishing a safety culture in flight departments, is useful for … Continued The post IBAC Looking at Refining IS-BAO for Single-Plane, Single-Pilot Operations appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.

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