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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 v ...
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Even though social distancing is no longer the norm, many business aviation schedulers and dispatchers continue to work from home at least part-time. How might that affect their ability to perform these important roles? The post Podcast: Can Working Remotely Improve Schedulers’ Productivity? appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Assoc…
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This year's storm season has already brought a wave of severe weather activity across the U.S. Personnel at the FAA's Air Traffic Control System Command Center, including NBAA's Air Traffic Services team, are ready to assist business aircraft pilots as they navigate around stormy weather. The post Podcast: Guiding Business Aviation Safely Around St…
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Some charter operators are making public their key performance indicators, or KPIs, to provide greater transparency for customers. In Part 2 of this two-part episode, industry advocates discuss why tracking and publishing such data can not only benefit those companies, but the entire charter market. The post Podcast: Using Standardized Performance …
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There is a growing trend among charter operators, fractional companies and jet card providers to track and publish key performance indicators, or KPIs, to assist clients in finding the right company for their needs. The post Podcast: Using Standardized Performance Metrics to Enhance the Charter Industry, Part 1 appeared first on NBAA - National Bus…
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The NBAA Management Guide is widely regarded as the industry's how-to manual and the latest revision published earlier this year was virtually a complete overhaul that now aligns with NBAA's Certified Aviation Manager program. The post Podcast: Revamping One of NBAA’s Most Useful Resources appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Associa…
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Runway excursions are the leading cause of accidents in turbine business aircraft operations. NBAA's Domestic Operations Committee recently updated the association's safety resource, Reducing Runway Excursions in Business Aviation, with additional tips for operators to avoid these events. The post Podcast: Proactive Steps to Help Prevent Runway Exc…
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Business aircraft pilots often utilize their annual Part 61.58 recurrent checkride to not only demonstrate their proficiency in required flight maneuvers, but also as an opportunity to train on specific operational scenarios. The post Podcast: Recurrent Checkrides Are a Moment to Level-Up, Not Just Level Off appeared first on NBAA - National Busine…
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Consultancies estimate that recent operator requests for guidance on developing safety management systems are up by double digits. What SMS elements are they focusing on? The post Podcast: Data Points to Increasing SMS Interest appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.Από τον NBAA
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More than 13,300 laser strikes against aircraft were reported in the U.S. in 2023, and while business aircraft aren't targeted as frequently as airliners, operators must know how to respond safely. The post Podcast: Responding Safely to Laser Strikes appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.…
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Women's History Month offers an opportunity to learn more about the contributions of female aviation pioneers and reflect on ways our industry can encourage future generations of women to enter business aviation. The post Podcast: Encouraging and Empowering Women to Help Advance Business Aviation appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation …
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Attracting and retaining business aviation talent remains one of the industry's most formidable challenges. Savvy aviation managers work with their human resources staff to address this. The post Podcast: Working With HR to Attract and Keep Aviation Professionals appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.…
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As the saying goes on Capitol Hill, most work in any congressional session gets done in the first 100 days of a new year. NBAA has been using this time to focus on numerous legislative and regulatory matters that impact business aviation, including by utilizing the CLIMBING. FAST. campaign to underscore the industry's leadership on sustainability a…
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One of the featured sessions at the record-setting 2024 NBAA Leadership Conference was a live podcast with aerial coordinator and stunt pilot Kevin LaRosa II, whose work helped create several gravity-defying moments in the blockbuster movie "Top Gun: Maverick." In this podcast, LaRosa shares his perspectives on the concept of "Next-Level Leadership…
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NBAA is working diligently with the Irish Business and General Aviation Association and other stakeholders to preserve access to Dublin Airport. The post NBAA Flight Plan Extra: Maintaining Business Aviation Access to Dublin Airport appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.Από τον NBAA
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Throughout February, NBAA has marked Black History Month by recognizing the significant aviation contributions of African Americans and emphasizing the importance of ensuring our industry is open and welcoming to people from all backgrounds. The post Podcast: Expanding Opportunities to Join Business Aviation appeared first on NBAA - National Busine…
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The FAA has been working with NBAA and others to address privacy concerns with the Privacy ICAO Address program (PIA), which recently was expanded beyond the contiguous U.S. to include overwater routes. The post Podcast: Enhancing Privacy for Business Aircraft Operators appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.…
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Flight data monitoring and data sharing are important tools to help identify potential safety risks before they become serious issues. That said, many operators are uncertain about how they work, what equipment is needed and what this information can offer their operations. NBAA has developed a new, comprehensive resource to answer those and other …
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In this special edition of NBAA Flight Plan, podcast host Rob Finfrock gets a few moments in between conference sessions with NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen to discuss the latest efforts by the association to highlight business aviation's societal benefits. The post NBAA Flight Plan Extra: A Start-of-Year Reminder of Business Aviation’s Value appe…
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NBAA, with input from its Emerging Technologies Committee, Access Committee and Advanced Air Mobility Roundtable, recently joined with other industry partners to declare there are good reasons for the FAA not to use the term advanced air mobility in the agency's proposed revised definition of aeronautical activity. The post Podcast: Should Aeronaut…
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NBAA's Dr. Tony Kern Professionalism in Aviation Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professionalism and leadership in support of business aviation safety. In this podcast, three of the 2023 Kern Award recipients discuss how they are continuing their efforts to enhance safety, and how you can, too. The post Podcast: Conti…
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Recently, NBAA spoke with four business aviation young professionals about how important it has been for them to find jobs with employers with a just and welcoming organizational culture. Today's podcast discusses why it's important that aviation managers understand their role in creating a culture that values employees' perspectives. The post Podc…
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Business aviation's young professionals are not only establishing their places in the industry; they are also defining its future, and that includes seeking out company cultures that welcome and encourage new perspectives and solutions. The post Podcast: YoPro Perspectives on the Role of Culture in Workforce Recruitment and Retention appeared first…
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As competition for qualified personnel from other aviation industry segments looks to remain strong in 2024, employers continue to review and reconsider their approaches to hiring so they can bring new business aviation professionals into their companies. The post Podcast: Business Aviation’s 2024 Hiring Outlook appeared first on NBAA - National Bu…
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The new year promises to be an interesting one for many reasons. What might the U.S. presidential election – and other factors – portend for the pre-owned business aircraft market? Three experts share their perspectives. The post Podcast: The Forecast for Pre-Owned Business Aircraft Sales in 2024 appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation …
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With the New Year quickly approaching, we look back on the most popular episodes of NBAA’s Flight Plan podcast over the past 12 months, which featured discussions about professionalism and safety, the relationship between sustainability and emerging technologies in business aviation and how NBAA works with the FAA to keep pilots flying safely throu…
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Although business aviation is not a cause of aviation system delays, weather and other factors can pose unexpected travel challenges. If business aviation is in your planning this holiday season, it's best to prepare for potential delays. The post Podcast: Planning Ahead for the Holiday Travel Season appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviat…
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Attracting the next generation of business aviation professionals is a top priority throughout the industry, and local and regional groups are often the first point-of-contact for students and young people seeking information about the industry and its potential opportunities. The post Podcast: Regional Groups Guiding Young People Toward Business A…
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The end of the year is often a stressful time for business aircraft operators that are grappling with tax issues, particularly if they've purchased an airplane hoping to take advantage of higher bonus depreciation rates. Aviation managers shouldn’t wait until the final weeks of the year to develop their tax strategy. The post Podcast: 2023 Year-End…
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In the second part of our conversation about mental wellness, experts offer advice on what pilots should do when disclosing a condition such as depression or anxiety to their AME and how to ensure their case is addressed in a timely manner. The post Podcast: Mental Wellness and Business Aviation, Part 2 appeared first on NBAA - National Business Av…
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In the first of a two-part series, experts share their perspectives about where the business aviation community stands on mental wellness matters, and what pilots might expect if they disclose a concern such as anxiety or depression to their aviation medical examiner. The post Podcast: Mental Wellness and Business Aviation, Part 1 appeared first on…
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Loss of control in flight (LOC-I) remains a significant safety concern all across aviation. Utilizing upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) training in an aircraft, combined with simulator training and ground instruction, provide a multi-pronged way to minimize LOC-I risk. The post Podcast: A Full-Circle Approach to Mitigating Loss of Contr…
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Winter weather is around the corner, and that requires business aircraft operators to prepare now for freezing temperatures, wind, snow and ice. Here are a series of tips on how to get ready for flying this winter. The post Podcast: Cold Weather Operating Tips appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.…
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A recent NBAA News Hour webinar answered some common questions regarding insurability of business aircraft held under an LLC. In fact, there were so many questions that they couldn't all be addressed during that webinar, so we've brought back three of the presenters to answer them. The post Podcast: Answering More Aircraft LLC Insurability Question…
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Unstabilized approaches, get-there-itis, flight-plan continuation bias and not fully understanding aircraft runway performance are reasons why runway excursions continue to be one of the most common safety challenges facing Part 91 operators. Training on how to effectively deal with such events can help reduce the threat, but having a backup plan m…
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Smaller Part 91 operators face the same challenges as their larger counterparts, but they do so with fewer resources. That makes it important for the aviation manager to not only set the right example, but for everyone in the department to lead from their respective positions to create a safe and professional operation. The post Podcast: The Import…
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Aircraft refurbishments continue to be in high demand, with new paint, cabin refreshes and connectivity solutions just a few of the popular upgrades available for business aircraft. Many times, it's ideal to combine this work with scheduled maintenance or overhauls, so planning ahead and scheduling refurbishment during maintenance downtime is as im…
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NBAA joined with five industry associations in submitting comments on the FAA's notice of proposed rulemaking on the operation of advanced air mobility vehicles in the National Airspace System. While the NPRM represents significant progress toward the start of commercial AAM operations as soon as 2025, industry stakeholders noted a few concerns. Th…
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Runway incursions and wrong surface events continue to challenge the aviation community, as seen in the NTSB's recently issued final report on a February 2023 incident in Boston in which a business jet departed without clearance and passed in front of an airliner approaching to land on an intersecting runway. Learn how the FAA, NTSB and NBAA are wo…
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Following record-breaking demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, the charter and fractional aircraft markets have experienced some turbulence in recent months. While there are signs indicating the segment's resilience, cost and pricing considerations may be key factors for many operators going forward. The post Podcast: What’s Next for the Charter an…
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Working as a scheduler or dispatcher is a significant time commitment. Nevertheless, it's important for those working in the field to allocate time to further their education and career potential by earning accreditations and certifications. The post Podcast: Growing Professionally as a Scheduler & Dispatcher appeared first on NBAA - National Busin…
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Business aviation can play an important role in combating human trafficking operations by being alert to abnormal passenger behavior and following DHS-recommended ways to safely report suspected trafficking. The post Podcast: Best Practices to Combat Human Trafficking appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.…
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NBAA's Operations team answers some common questions about operating business aircraft, including how to comply with the FAA's Pilot Records Database requirements. One of the most frequent concerns stems from the requirement to provide records dating back more than a decade. The post Podcast: Answers to Your Frequently Asked Operations Questions ap…
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Those who work in business aviation seldom have a lot of free time away from their jobs. Nevertheless, it’s important to make time for opportunities that further professional development, as doing so often brings value far exceeding the time spent. The post Podcast: The Value of Professional Development appeared first on NBAA - National Business Av…
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The need for qualified workers across business aviation is as strong as ever. While pay remains a top consideration, there still are really good people out there who are looking for compensation and culture, notes Jennifer Pickerel of Aviation Personnel International. The post Podcast: What’s the Business Aviation Hiring Outlook at Midyear? appeare…
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Mentorship doesn't always involve an older or more senior coworker assisting someone newer to the company or industry. "Reverse mentoring," in which junior employees mentor those senior to them, can offer several benefits to business aviation organizations and individual team members. The post Podcast: The Potential Benefits of Reverse Mentorship a…
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While mid-year sales trends for business aircraft have largely tracked with expectations set earlier in 2023, multiple factors -- ranging from geopolitics and a cooling economy to the industry's increasing focus on sustainability -- could affect aircraft prices and sales activity during the rest of this year. The post Podcast: The Business Aircraft…
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The 2024 presidential campaign is already underway, and candidates who need on-demand air transportation may present opportunities for business aircraft operators. However, operators need to be aware of the FAA, DOT and Federal Election Commission rules that apply to this type of flying. The post Podcast: What You Need to Know About Flying U.S. Pre…
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June 1 marked the beginning of the 2023 hurricane season. Based on recent weather patterns, business aircraft operators could be in for some interesting months ahead. The post Podcast: Preparing for the 2023 Hurricane Season appeared first on NBAA - National Business Aviation Association.Από τον NBAA
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We conclude our two-part discussion about mental wellness in business aviation with encouraging news: FAA Federal Air Surgeon Dr. Susan Northrup recently announced that the agency will revise its procedures to encourage anyone needing help dealing with mental health challenges to get it. The post Podcast: Addressing Mental Health Concerns in Busine…
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and over the next two weeks NBAA Flight Plan, in cooperation with The Pilots Pandemic podcast, will feature an open and honest discussion about issues related to mental wellness in the business aviation community. The post Podcast: Addressing Mental Health Concerns in Business Aviation, Part 1 appeared first on…
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