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Corporate aviation is a key component of the general aviation sector. Here’s some key ways it is influencing the aviation world.
Canadian companies and communities continue to rely on non-scheduled business aviation to provide essential access and increase productivity, according to the Canadian Business Aviation Association’s (CBAA) 2017 Economic Impact of Business Aviation report.
he National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) this week presented hero-pilot Capt. “Sully” Sullenberger with the association’s American Spirit Award, for speaking out in opposition to the highly controversial concept of air traffic control (ATC) privatization.
Zetta Jet announced last week that Zetta Jet Pte. Ltd and its U.S. subsidiary, Zetta Jet USA, Inc., filed voluntary bankruptcy petitions under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to seek to restructure their debt while continuing normal business operations.
The Canadian Business Aviation Assocoation has changed its convention dates for 2018.
In the wake of several natural disasters throughout the U.S. – including Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the wildfires throughout our western states – Avfuel expresses its condolences for those experiencing pain and loss, and commends those FBOs whose operations have been integral for disaster relief.
In the wake of Hurricane Harvey and in anticipation for Hurricane Irma – in addition to the numerous wildfires throughout the western portion of the country – Avfuel’s logistics and supply departments are hard at work keeping FBOs supplied with fuel; this is crucial for the affected regions in evacuation, search and rescue, and relief efforts.
CBAA has announced that CBAA Vice Chair, Anthony Norejko, has accepted the new CBAA position as Vice President Membership Relations and Development.
Owners and pilots of business airplanes along with managers at community airports, Fixed Base Operators, and a small army of other aviation-industry professionals are mobilizing to gather, transport, and distribute essential supplies for Hurricane Harvey victims in the greater Houston area, and areas affected by the catastrophic storm.
The Canadian Business Aviation Association’s 2017- 2018 slate of directors was ratified at the August 10th AGM during CBAA 2017.
The Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) is pleased to announce that Shelby Schulte, Manager, Flight Coordination at AirSprint Inc and Jill Dermott, Customer Service Representative at Skyservice FBO and First Officer, Lake Central Airways, are the recipients of the 2017 CBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers Scholarship to pursue their Canadian aviation education.
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