NBAA Convention Extends Unique Owner / Pilot Programming
The pavilion, which will be located at the Outdoor Aircraft Show at Henderson Executive Airport, will open October 12-13 and serve as a hub for turboprop and single-pilot aircraft operators to network and participate. educational programs.
“Owner-pilots are not just a key part of the business aviation community: they are innovators, thought leaders and breakthrough entrepreneurs,” said Andrew Broom, senior vice president of the business aviation community. NBAA for strategy, marketing and innovation. “This pavilion is more than just a gathering place, it is a new platform to foster deeply shared relationships between peers, for the benefit of all. We are delighted to partner with Owner Pilot Groups on this exciting new initiative.
As of September 29, the pavilion presenters included aircraft manufacturers Textron Aviation, Daher and Embraer; engine maker Pratt & Whitney Canada; the in-flight communications company Smartsky Networks; SierraTrax aircraft maintenance and digital registration company; and Charlie Precourt, Astronaut Hall of Fame member and NBAA board member. The pavilion will also feature associations of owner pilots.
The unique owner / pilot pavilion programming extends the educational offerings that the NBAA has traditionally offered to this group. Historically, the day before the convention kicks off, the NBAA hosts a single-pilot safety meeting. This tradition will continue with the 2021 shutdown on October 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Room W206 at the Las Vegas Convention Center West Hall. Additionally, the NBAA will host a National Safety Forum on October 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Room W232 at the Las Vegas Convention Center West Hall.