Although business aviation is a national industry, even an international one, there is widespread recognition of the important economic role business aviation plays in towns and communities across the country. Studies have shown that companies using aircraft for business purposes generate jobs, local investment and economic activity in the towns where they operate.
NBAA’s Business Aviation Regional Forums are designed to meet the local needs of these businesses by providing a venue for exchanging information about specific airport policies, environmental protocols, safety and security proposals, taxation and other issues. At the same time, these events offer an opportunity to underscore the importance of the industry to local leaders in business and government.
NBAA hosts several Regional Forums each year, which bring together local owners, operators, manufacturers, customers and other industry personnel. The west coast regional event for 2013 will be held at the AirFlite facility at the Long Beach airport (LGB).
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