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Gil Wolin

Gil Wolin
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Gil Wolin is Publisher of Business Aviation Advisor magazine. A frequent speaker at national and regional events, Mr. Wolin is a member of the National Business Aviation Association, the Massachusetts Airport Management Association, and Business Aviation Professionals of New England. He currently serves on the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Presidential Advisory Board. He is a past director of the National Air Transportation Association, and a past member of the Corporate Angel Network Advisory Board.
NBAA-Orlando-2018

New & Improved!

The 2018 National Business Aviation Association Convention was rife with good news for most all attendees, as manufacturers, service providers – and even the...

Tinder is the Night

The chartered aircraft had just begun its final approach on its last flight of the day. The autopilot was engaged; the landing gear showed...
Publishers Message Changing Times

Changing Times

After a decade of the doldrums, business aviation is breathing a collective sigh of relief. Flight activity continues to rise, month-over-month. According to Argus,...

Spring Has Sprung for BizAv!

While not without challenges – specifically, the looming pilot shortage and regulations that may ground older aircraft – BizAv is looking up this spring....

Movin’ On Up

Are your colleagues interested in learning more about business aviation? This article, drawn from BAA’s recent webinar: “Moving from Business Class to Business Aviation,”...

Expertly APPlied

Business aviation travel is on the rise again. The reasons are manifold: an improving economy, coupled with continuing decline in the scope and quality...

“Privatizing” Business Aviation

On February 27, Congressman Bill Shuster (R-Pa), Chair of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, finally abandoned his pitch to privatize the U.S. air...

Connecting Flights

Air travel used to be a time of respite, whether you were flying via a commercial airline or business aviation. Once airborne, you were...

Signs Point to “Yes”

Sound familiar? It’s one of the 20 phrases found on the white icosahedral block inside every fortune-telling Magic 8-Ball. While I might consult the...

Time Seller

Since my first grammar lesson about verb tenses, I’ve been fascinated with the concept of time. The future becomes the present, and then it’s...