Aviation Business: An Essential Industry

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA), now in its 80th year of service, has worked diligently throughout its history to highlight the many ways that NATA members and the wider aviation business industry contributes to their communities through the provision of critical services, the support of the nation’s economic growth and emergency response efforts, and in promoting trade and tourism worldwide. The essential support of this vital industry has been realized time and time again during crises such as hurricane relief and COVID-19.

To assist in sharing these incredible stories NATA is pleased to present, “Aviation Business: An Essential Industry” – a single source spotlighting our industry.

Hurricane Ida Relief Efforts

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is partnering with Aerobridge to aid the Louisiana-Gulf area. If you have a desire to support, there is still a tremendous need for supplies and flight services to staging locations in Pensacola, FL, and Beaumont, TX.

Interested parties should contact NATA Senior Vice President Ryan Waguespack at ryanw@nata.aero to learn more about this initiative and how you can help.

NATA Member Alert: Assisting in the Aftermath of Hurricane Ida
Beaumont Municipal Airport takes flight to bring relief to Louisiana neighbors in Ida aftermath

Supply collection in Beaumont, TX:

NATA Call to Action: Let Us Know About Your Vaccine Distribution Efforts

Contact NATA to share how your business is aiding vaccine distribution efforts, or to seek assistance in offering your services to state and local government officials. 

Vaccine Distribution Efforts

DuPage Airport and the City of West Chicago Partner to Provide More than 2,000 COVID-19 Vaccinations

Tecnam's Aircraft for Equitable COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Endorsed by NATA

Universal Weather and Aviation Facilitates COVID Testing at Top Airports

Vaccine Site Opens at Arlington AirportDrive-Through Mass Vaccination Site Opens in Snohomish County, WA

Fresh Air Provides Indispensable Link In Covid-19 Vaccine Supply Chain

TIME: To Vaccinate U.S. Veterans, Health Care Workers Must Cross Mountains, Plains and Tundra


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