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Business Aviation Advisor's content is presented by experts in all aspects of aircraft management: professionals knowledgeable in operations, legal and regulatory issues, insurance, aircraft finance, human resources, aviation real estate, charter and charter brokers, safety management providers and auditors, and third-party as well as owner aircraft management. These authorities provide Business Aviation Advisor readers with the most current and pertinent information they need to make the most effective and informed decisions about their business aviation investments.

BAA September-October 2017

With the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey – and now Irma –expected to continue for some time, more than ever the rescue and repair mission depends...

BizAv Steps Up for Houston

Just seven months ago, more than 500 business aircraft were on the ground in Houston, waiting for their passengers to return from Superbowl LI...

Innovative Flying

While innovation often is promoted as a competitive advantage, it’s the benefit to you, the customer, that determines its real value. Early adapters using the...

Margin Call

Back in the day, hot coffee in an FBO pilot or passenger lounge came from a supermarket can. If you were lucky, it was...

“Drivers, Start Your Engines!”

featuring cars almost as aerodynamic as your business jet – and almost as fast, reaching speeds well above 200 miles per hour – this...

BAA May-June 2017

Not all flight operations are created – and maintained – equal. Government certification and oversight simply means that a flight operation meets that nation’s...

BAA March-April 2017

Now in our third year, Business Aviation Advisor is the “go-to” publication for business jet and turboprop owners and users, as well as their...

BAA January-February 2017

Now in our fourth year, Business Aviation Advisor is the “go-to” publication for business jet and turboprop owners and users, as well as their...
Supersonic Business Jets

Booming Business

Since the retirement of the Concorde in 2003, aircraft manufacturers have invested relatively little in new supersonic technologies, despite the obvious reductions in point-to-point...
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BAA November-December 2016

When it comes to safety, there’s no room at the top for second best. YOU – not your aviation manager, flight crew, or maintenance...