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Wednesday, March 04, 2015

Safety 1st Digital Emergency Response System Interactive Demonstration Now Available

The National Air Transportation Association Safety 1st Program announced today that an online, interactive demonstration of the new Safety 1st Digital Response System (ERS) is now available. This cutting-edge tool is designed to assist businesses to prepare for – and respond to – emergency situations with an unparalleled level of effectiveness.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

NATA Statement on the Senate Commerce Committee’s Approval of Christopher Hart to Chair the National Transportation Safety Board

The following is a statement by National Air Transportation Association President and CEO Thomas L. Hendricks on today’s action by the Senate Commerce Committee to approve Christopher Hart to serve as Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

NATA Statement on the Introduction of the “Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2”

The following is a statement by National Air Transportation Association President and CEO Thomas L. Hendricks on the introduction of S.571 and H.R. 1062, the “Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2.”

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Friday, February 13, 2015

NATA Statement on House Approval of the Small Business Tax Relief Act 2015

Today the House approved legislation, H.R. 636, America’s Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2015, to retroactively and permanently increase the amount of investment that small businesses can immediately deduct.

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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Industry-wide Study Shows General Aviation Continues to be Major Contributor to U.S. Economy

Eight general aviation associations unveiled a new industry-wide study detailing the economic contributions of general aviation to the U.S. economy today at a press conference at the Newseum. The study, conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers, determined that general aviation supports 1.1 million total jobs and supplies $219 billion in total economic output in the United States. These numbers include direct, indirect, induced, and enabled impacts.

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