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BAA May-June 2018

Traveling internationally keeps getting more challenging. That’s because the rules – and the regional governing bodies – keep changing. The last thing you need is to arrive safely at your destination, only to wait on the ramp for clearance from local authorities to disembark. In “Global Reach,” Steve Vedeskas offers fifteen pointers for less stressful – and more successful – international travel.

And if you or your colleagues are new to business aviation, and thinking about entering the market – or about upgrading from charter or jet card to ownership – you’ll find a primer on how to select your best option, drawn from our first Business Aviation Advisor webinar: “Moving from Business Class to Business Aviation.”

BAA Staff
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