The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is once again revolutionizing training for FBOs, ground handlers, and other aviation businesses globally with today’s launch of the all-new NATA Safety 1st Training Center.
Last week, NATA and the University of Maryland signed a sponsored research agreement in an effort to review the causes, hazards, and associated costs of accidental discharges of foam fire suppression systems.
Washington, DC, June 24, 2019 – On June 18th at its Annual Meeting and Aviation Business Conference, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced changes to its Board of Directors. Curt Castagna, President and CEO of Aeroplex/Aerolease Group (Long Beach, CA), has been named as the new Board Chair. Clive Lowe, the Senior Vice President of Business Development for Atlantic Aviation (Arlington, VA) was appointed as Vice Chair.
Washington, DC, June 21, 2019 – The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) convened its fifth Annual Meeting and Aviation Business Conference at the Grand Hyatt Washington this week, June 17-19. Attendance at the annual event exceeded previous years, driven in part by an agenda addressing opportunities and issues facing the aviation business community.
Today, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA), in conjunction with an industry-led working group, released recommendations for aircraft operators, fixed-base operators, fuel suppliers, and other stakeholders to mitigate the possibility of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) contamination in jet fuel.
Today, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) released a whitepaper titled "Urban Air Mobility: Considerations for Vertiport Operation.”
Business aviation leaders today celebrated the record number of airplanes arriving at the industry’s largest European industry event fueled by sustainable alternative jet fuels (SAJF).
Today at TAG Farnborough Airport, the global coalition of business aviation organizations behind the sustainable alternative jet fuel initiative joined forces to take the next important step in its journey to a lower carbon future.
Today, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced the recipients of the 2019 Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Employer Recognition Awards. These annual awards are presented to companies that provide qualified new and recurrent AMT training to their employees. Award winners receive either a one, three, or five-star award depending on the percentage of employed AMTs meeting the training requirements.
Today, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced the recipients of its Industry Excellence Awards, presented annually to individuals and organizations that demonstrate superior service to the aviation business community, particularly through their leadership skills and advancement of a safety-first culture. This year, the Association added two new honors acknowledging the contributions of FBO customer service representatives (CSRs) and rising aviation business leaders. Award recipients will be recognized during the June 18th Industry Excellence Awards Presentation Luncheon held in conjunction with the NATA 2019 Annual Meeting and Aviation Business Conference.