NATA has developed a State Advocacy Network (SAN) made up of regional volunteers who act as representatives to keep each other and the association informed of pressing issues in their state.
NATA published its 2014 survey of general aviation service employee compensation. The survey includes salaries and benefits for pilots, line-service personnel and maintenance technicians. Visit NATA Store
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NATA is partnering with the FAA and other general aviation stakeholders on a safety campaign during the 2014 flying season titled “Got Weather?” The purpose of the eight month campaign is to help general aviation pilots prepare for the potential weather challenges they may encounter. The Got Weather? campaign will run through December 2014 and refresh each month to highlight new topics including turbulence, thunderstorms, icing or crosswinds and the resources available to pilots. NATA encourages its members to visit http://www.faa.gov/go/gotweather
to get fast facts and links to partner videos, safety seminars, quizzes, proficiency programs, online training, case studies, and more.
Today, NATA wrote Mayor Parker of the City of Houston in support of the development and implementation of Airport Minimum Standards at Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport (HOU). The letter is in response to concerns that HOU is considering the addition of a sixth FBO to service the general aviation community. Prior to making such a decision, NATA recommends that the Houston Airport System (HAS) consider the benefits of implementing airport minimum standards, including ensuring safety, high quality services to the public and fair competition. Read letter
NATA President and CEO Thomas L. Hendricks will speak to attendees at the first annual 2014 Cincinnati Business Aviation Symposium (CBAS2014) in Cincinnati, OH on Friday, September 5, 2014. Hosted by Reynolds Jet, CBAS2014 will bring together leading business aviation companies and flight departments from the tri-state area to discuss current topics that affect aviation businesses in the area and to provide networking opportunities to build stronger local aviation businesses. Click here
for more information, an agenda of events, and to register for CBAS2014.
Understanding the claims process of Workers’ Compensation Insurance (WCI) helps minimize risk and ultimately helps control your claims costs. Join us for a FREE webinar
on September 9, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. EDT.