BAA Issues

Until now there has been no magazine exclusively focused on the business of business aviation management.

Although there are many technical and “lifestyle” aviation publications, Business Aviation Advisor is the first to concentrate on business aircraft asset management — on how business aircraft owners/users can best manage their aviation investment: whether aircraft, fractional, or charter use.

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.

BAA May-June 2015

Is your aircraft worth what you think it is? Only your qualified appraiser knows for sure. Richard Berkemeier explains why –and why financial institutions...

BAA March-April 2015

In our cover story “Flying Skills and the Automated Cockpit,” aviation expert Jim Cannon describes why your pilots need to maintain important “in case...

BAA January-February 2015

Our aviation experts focus on change in this new issue of Business Aviation Advisor. Sometimes an evolving marketplace requires a changed response, as Kathleen...

BAA November-December 2014

Flying is up significantly, according to ARGUS International data, as are new and preowned aircraft sales. If you're a first-time bizjet buyer, Pete Agur's...

BAA September-October 2014

Accessing business jets has never been easier, thanks to the Internet and to the innovators. Rollie Vincent’s cover story “Alternative Lift” details the whys...

BAA July-August 2014

In this issue’s cover story, Rolland Vincent gives you a preview of the newest aircraft models due soon and currently in development. Joanne Barbera...

BAA May-June 2014

The devil is in the details. This issue of Business Aviation Advisor focuses on some of those details, to help you make the most...

BAA April 2014

In this issue Rollie Vincent offers an overview of the state of today’s market. Thinking about switching from chartering to owning? You’ll find out...