NBAA Flight Plan Podcasts
Summary: 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.
Operators need to obtain the latest winter-weather information from the FAA and the airports they plan to visit during the next few months.
Mentoring relationships provide rich rewards for mentors, as well as mentees.
Minimum equipment lists may seem relatively straightforward, but they do require attention to detail.
Our industry continues to seek ways to improve upon its already noteworthy record of environmental responsibility, and chief among those efforts is promoting the use of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) that burn cleaner than straight Jet A.
Leaders need to have the five elements of "emotional intelligence" – self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills -- to develop the best possible safety culture.
Cockpit automation will not only change the way pilots fly, it will impact aircraft certification and training.
The operational effects of COVID-19 likely will be felt long after the pandemic eases. In the meantime, general aviation continues to adapt to provide services to those in need.
Entrepreneurs, exercising COVID-19 prevention best practices, are flying. Get solid safety tips from three business aviators with recent, real-world experience.
It's never been more important for aircraft operators to comply with local noise regulations.
How do you social distance and still remain efficient during a pandemic?
Two industry experts from Wyvern and Argus International discuss how they expect business aviation will grow and evolve for the rest of this year and beyond.
The desire to minimize exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus is driving a whole new group of potential customers to inquire about chartering business aircraft.
Operators should prepare this year for what is forecast to be more powerful storms than usual.
Time is running short for industry stakeholders to comment on proposed changes to pilot-reporting requirements affecting a large segment of the Part 91 community, and many NBAA members.
Despite significant progress made in recent decades, women still make up less than 10 percent of the aviation industry workforce. Recently, the U.S. Department of Transportation formed the 30-member Women in Aviation Advisory Board to find out why, and among the members of this board are two women with close ties to NBAA.