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NBAA announces regional business aviation forum sked

Sept. 22, 2011, Washington, DC, – The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today announced the 2012 schedule for its popular Business Aviation Regional Forums, offering convenient venues throughout the continental United States for Members to gather and discuss the issues affecting their operations and communities and view a host of aircraft, products and services.


September 22, 2011
By NBAA

Sept. 22, 2011, Washington, DC, – The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today announced the 2012 schedule for its popular Business Aviation Regional Forums, offering convenient venues throughout the continental United States for Members to gather and discuss the issues affecting their operations and communities and view a host of aircraft, products and services.


Locations selected for the upcoming year include the following:

New Orleans, LA on February 2, 2012

Host FBO: Landmark Aviation, Lakefront Airport (NEW)

Van Nuys, CA on April 12, 2012

Host FBOs: TWC Aviation and Maguire Aviation, Van Nuys Airport (VNY)

Teterboro, NJ on June 7, 2012
Host FBO: First Aviation, Teterboro Airport (TEB)

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Seattle, WA on September 20, 2012
Host FBO: Clay Lacy Aviation, Boeing Field/King County International Airport (BFI)
"In addition to providing our Members a premier opportunity to spend time with their local and regional business aviation customers, these events provide an opportunity to educate and inform community leaders about the value of business aviation to the local and national economy," said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. "It's clear that in a host of ways, NBAA's Regional Forums are very important in promoting the variety, vitality and value of the industry."

Katrina Bradshaw, NBAA Vice President of Sales, Regional Forums, & Static Displays, likened the gatherings to the association's annual Convention, "only in miniature," pointing to the day-long learning and networking opportunities, including educational sessions and product exhibits. Each forum also includes a static display, featuring approximately 20 business aircraft of varying types and sizes.

Those interested in learning more about the Business Aviation Regional Forums are encouraged to visit here for more information. Learn more about NBAA's Regional Forums.