Much has happened in nine months, most of it nowhere on the radar in late 2019.
In aviation, we plan and prepare for the forecasted – and train to enable us to cope safely with the unexpected. But when faced with the completely unforeseen, we reset the compass heading, and adjust the flight plan accordingly.
Business aviation industry leaders are doing just that, to ensure you, your family, and business associates can continue to fly safely and securely.
In 2021 Trends, Trials, Triumphs, National Aviation Finance Association’s Tracey Cheek describes NAFA’s October webinar, where the presidents of AOPA, GAMA, NATA, and NBAA gathered to discuss the impact 2020’s events have had on business and general aviation – and how they will affect your future travel.
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