NBAA is a nonprofit trade association with a mission to foster an environment that allows business aviation to thrive in the United States and around the world. NBAA serves a dynamic and growing industry. Our staff members deliver top-notch customer service to our members across the world. NBAA offers generous benefits and a collegial work environment in the heart of Washington DC. Founded in 1947 and based in Washington, DC, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the leading organization for companies that rely on general aviation aircraft to help make their businesses more efficient, productive and successful. The association represents more than 11,000 companies and professionals, and provides more than 100 products and services to the business aviation community, including the NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), the world largest civil aviation trade show. In addition, NBAA's Air Traffic Services (ATS) represents the interests of business aircraft operators from the floor of the FAA Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC) to ensure equitable access to airports and airspace in the daily management of the National Airspace System (NAS).
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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" and balancing the "need for speed" with a steadfast commitment to safety.
NBAA News Hour: Experts Unpack IRS Plan to Audit Companies Using Business Aircraft
Industry experts with decades of combined real-world experience south to bring some perspective to the recent IRS announcement that the agency will “begin dozens of audits” of companies that use business aircraft, with a focus on tax policies related to non-business use of the aircraft, as well as other key considerations, during an NBAA News Hour webinar.
NBAA Flight Plan Extra: Maintaining Business Aviation Access to Dublin Airport
NBAA is working diligently with the Irish Business and General Aviation Association and other stakeholders to preserve access to Dublin Airport.
NBAA Applauds Aviation Career School Expansion to New York
NBAA welcomed the announcement that the Barrington Irving Technical Training School is expanding its program again.
NBAA, Industry Partners Oppose California Efforts to Regulate Jet Fuel
NBAA and other stakeholders wrote to the California Air Resources Board, opposing a proposal to regulate jet fuel under the Low Carb Fuel Standard program, saying the plan could inflate the cost of jet fuel without inducing additional sustainable aviation fuel production in the state.
FAA Revises Operator Certification Pre-Application Guidance
The FAA has issued updated guidance on the pre-application readiness process to receive an air carrier, air operator or air agency operations certificate or management specification.
Podcast: Expanding Opportunities to Join Business Aviation
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.
NBAA Urges Members to Participate in FAA’s Newest GA, Part 135 Survey
NBAA is strongly encouraging members to participate in the FAA’s 46th annual General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey, which covers 2023 operations.
GAMA Highlights Robust 2023 Shipments, Deliveries and Industry’s Push Toward Net Zero
Continued robust deliveries for general aviation (GA) aircraft in 2023, and the industry's push toward net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, were in focus during the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) State of the Industry conference, held Feb. 21 in Washington, DC.
NBAA Questions Sweeping IRS Plan to Audit Business Aircraft Use
NBAA is questioning the Internal Revenue Service’s plan, announced this week, to “begin dozens of audits” of business aircraft use by American companies and entrepreneurs.