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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.

Faster Than a Speeding Pullet

Time does fly when you’re having fun. April marked Business Aviation Advisor’s fifth anniversary. This issue is our 32nd, and it’s been...
It’s About Time

It’s About Time

A small red number just popped up over the “App Store” button on my smart phone, indicating that one or more of...

“I” Contact

That virtual reality is increasingly being used in aviation – for “touring” aircraft interior options, and for pilot training.
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...