NBAA: An Invaluable Resource for Jet Owners

You’ve just scored a great deal on a private aircraft for your company, and you’ve locked in the financing. You’ve outlined the business case behind the purchase and presented it to your organization’s key players. Now what?

Any company using private air travel benefits from the member services of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA). The 65-year old organization pursues a mission “to foster an environment that allows business aviation to thrive in the United States and around the world.”

The NBAA seeks to enable the business community to be more productive and profitable through the promotion of private air travel. Through the organization’s efforts, business travelers benefit from improved aircraft and airport safety and from technological advances in both weather reporting and air traffic navigation.

The organization also strives to help members contend with the complex landscape of business aviation, including advice on tax issues, insurance and risk management, and safety compliance.

NBAA supports its 8,000+ members with more than 100 services:

  • Legislative advocacy for the business aviation community at the federal, state and local level
  • Continuing education and training through the annual NBAA convention, regional seminars and online forums
  • Networking opportunities, both in-person and online, that bring the business aviation community together to share advice, opportunities and solutions
  • Direct access to leading aviation experts who can explain the complex rules and regulations surrounding the industry’s certifications, equipment and service specifications, and safety issues
  • Industry news, perspectives and information through a bi-monthly magazine, eNewsletter, handbooks and more

NBAA annual membership rates are based on company revenue and aircraft size. To learn more about this important resource organization, visit

Did you like this? Share it!