Fifty years ago this spring, 20 million Americans celebrated the first Earth Day celebration, to raise public consciousness and concern about our planet.
Our industry has turned that concern into commitment – GAMA, IBAC, NBAA, EBAA, and NATA have pledged to lead business aviation efforts to reduce its CO2 emissions by 50% by 2050. To support that endeavor, and to save trees, we’re pleased bring you this March/April edition of Business Aviation Advisor in digital-only format. Do let us know what you think!
Business aircraft owners and users like you are accustomed to such leadership, as well as command and control. Do you ever yearn to become the pilot-in-command of your aircraft? Most importantly, could you do this with safety margins comparable to the paid professionals who now pilot your aircraft? Jack Long describes the three elements required to become your own “Chief Pilot” in our cover story, “Piloting Your Own Aircraft.”
You’ll find this story and more – including the latest in the BAA Above & Beyond podcast series – in the March/April 2020 issue of Business Aviation Advisor.
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.