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19/06/2017BUSINESS LEADERS WHO ARE ALSO PILOTS SAY: STAND STRONG AGAINST ATC PRIVATIZATION

Today, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) registered its enthusiastic support for a letter from more than 100 American business leaders – nearly all of whom are pilot-CEOs – to U.S. House and Senate leaders, stating their unified opposition to turning the nation’s air traffic control (ATC) system over to an entity governed by a private board of directors.

30/11/2016NBAA ISSUES STATEMENT ON NOMINATION OF ELAINE CHAO AS TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY

National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen issued the following statement regarding the announcement that President-elect Donald Trump has chosen Elaine Chao to be his choice for Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary: “We know that investment in infrastructure, including for aviation, is a priority for the incoming Trump administration, and the DOT secretary will be key in making this priority a reality.

01/11/2016LUFTHANSA TECHNIK PRESENTS MERCEDES-BENZ STYLE VIP AIRCRAFT CABIN

At NBAA 2016 Lufthansa Technik and Mercedes-Benz are presenting the final version of their advanced VIP aircraft cabin design for the first time. The two companies are now officially offering the product as a unique and luxurious mobility solution for private jets with the size of an Airbus or Boeing aircraft.

LUFTHANSA TECHNIK PRESENTS MERCEDES-BENZ STYLE VIP AIRCRAFT CABIN

 At NBAA 2016 Lufthansa Technik and Mercedes-Benz Style are presenting

the final version of their advanced VIP aircraft cabin design for the
first time.

26/09/2014JETNET TO HIGHLIGHT NEW RELEASES AT 2014 NBAA

UTICA, NY – JETNET LLC, the world leader in aviation market intelligence, will demonstrate their latest aircraft research and forecast service offerings at NBAA2014 in Orlando, Florida.

24/07/2014CERTIFICATION IMPROVEMENTS CRITICAL SAYS NBAA

National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen today submitted a statement to a House Aviation Subcommittee hearing on U.S. aviation manufacturing challenges. The written statement emphasized that certifications and approvals are fundamental to all aviation segments, and that further improvements are needed to support business aviation’s environmental, economic and safety concerns.

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