2018 NATA Aviation Business Conference

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The NATA Safety 1st Team is here to tell you about a can’t miss opportunity to enhance your knowledge and network, the upcoming 2018 NATA Aviation Business Conference (ABC). The ABC is the only conference in our industry dedicated to meeting the needs of professionals working in a variety of aviation businesses, including FBOs, Part 135 operators, airports and MROs. On June 12-14, you will have the opportunity to hear from and interact with government officials and industry experts on the issues that affect your business and career. Here are just a few of the topics of interest to aviation safety professionals:

• Combating Workforce Challenges: Attract and Retain Future General Aviation Professionals
• The ROI of SMS
• The FBO Leadership Gap
• Reducing Hangar Rash
• Ethical Standards and Consequences within Aviation Businesses
• Airport Lease Agreements – The DOs and DONTs I Wish I Knew
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You also have the opportunity to participate in meetings with your Members of Congress to discuss important industry issues, the value your business brings to the community and the contributions it makes to the national economy.

Registration is $945 and includes a Welcome Reception, two Breakfast meals, Networking Reception, and Awards Presentation Luncheon.

This year, NATA is excited to offer a reduced registration fee (50% off) for young professionals under the age of 40, please contact kuko@nata.aero for more details.

We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity and register today at www.nata.aero/abc.

Free Webinar | Slow-Onset Hypoxia

NATA Aviation Business Conference Session Preview | Slow-Onset Hypoxia
May 17, 2016 – 2 pm EDT – Free Webinar

NATA’s 2016 Aviation Business Conference is coming to Washington, DC June 8th through 10th. A webinar on May 17th will offer a preview of a conference session led by Dr. Paul Buza of the Southern Aero Medical Institute. Dr. Buza has spent years researching the unique profile and dangers associated with slow-onset hypoxia and will discuss the challenges crew members face in recognizing the onset of this quiet killer. All webinar registrants will receive a complimentary recording of the webinar.

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