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& Convention NBAA Local/Regional Business Aviation Associations Networking Session. Tuesday, October 20, 2009 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. S230E. AGENDA. I. INTRO & WELCOME II. MAKING THE CONNECTION WITH YOUR LEGISLATORS III. MAINTAINING MOMENTUM WITH YOUR REGIONAL GROUPS

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Convention nbaa local regional business aviation associations networking session

& ConventionNBAA Local/Regional Business Aviation Associations Networking Session

Tuesday, October 20, 2009 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. S230E


Agenda
AGENDA

I. INTRO & WELCOME

II. MAKING THE CONNECTION WITH YOUR LEGISLATORS

III. MAINTAINING MOMENTUM WITH YOUR REGIONAL GROUPS

IV. SURVEY RESULTS

LOOKING AHEAD

WRAP-UP


Intro welcome dan burkhart nbaa director of regional programs
INTRO & WELCOMEDan Burkhart, NBAA Director of Regional Programs


Making the connection with your legislators
MAKING THE CONNECTION WITH YOUR LEGISLATORS

 How to communicate effectively with your legislators

How to coordinate a visit with your legislators

How to convey issues affecting business aviation to your legislators

How to partner with NBAA’s Government Affairs group

Q&A

Session Moderators: NBAA Regional Representatives Dean Saucier & Harry Houckes

Lisa Piccione NBAA Senior VP, Government Affairs

Dick HarkeyAide to US Congressman John Mica

Rep. Ralph PoppellFlorida State Representative

Jeff Ramsden President, Ramjet Aviation


Maintaining momentum with your regional groups
MAINTAINING MOMENTUM WITH YOUR REGIONAL GROUPS

California Business Aviation User Group

Carolina Aviation Professionals (CAP)

Centennial Airport Business Association (CABA)

Chicago Area Business Aviation Association (CABAA)

Friends of Meacham International Airport Association

Georgia Business Aviation Association (GBAA)

Greater St. Louis Business Aviation Association

Greater Waco Aviation Alliance

Greater Washington Business Aviation Association

Houston Aviation Alliance

Houston Regional Aviation Professionals

Idaho Business Aviation Association

Kansas City Business Aviation Association (KCBAA)

Little Rock Business Aviation Association (LRBAA)

Long Island Business Aviation Association

Love Field Pilots Association

Maine Business Aviation Association

Massachusetts Business Aviation Association (MBAA)

Michigan Business Aviation Association

Mid-Atlantic Helicopter Association

Minnesota Business Aviation Association (MBAA)

Morristown Aviation Association (MAA)

Nebraska Business Aviation Association (NEBAA)

New England Helicopter Council

New Jersey Aviation Association

North Dakota Business Aviation Association (NDBAA)

North Florida Business Aviation Association (NFBAA)

North Texas Business Aviation Association

North Texas Commission

Northern Ohio Business Aviation Association

Ohio Regional Business Aviation Association

Pacific Northwest Business Aviation Association (PNBAA) Pacific Rim Schedulers & Dispatchers Association(PRSDA) Professional Helicopter Pilots Association

Rocky Mountain Metro Airport Business Association

San Antonio Area Business Aviation Alliance (SAABAA) San Diego Regional Aviation Association

South Florida Business Aviation Association (SFBAA) Southern Colorado NBAA Regional Group

Tampa Bay Aviation Association (TBAA)

Teterboro Users’ Group

Texas Aviation Association (TXAA)

Texas Corporate Aviation S&D Group (TCAS)

Utah Business Aviation Association

Westchester Aviation Association

Western Michigan Business Aircraft Association

Wichita Aero Club

Wisconsin Business Aviation Association (WBAA)

Women in Aviation Space City Chapter

Session Moderators: NBAA Regional Representatives Steve Hadley & Bob Quinn


Maintaining momentum with your regional groups1
MAINTAINING MOMENTUM WITH YOUR REGIONAL GROUPS

 How to find the spark to keep the members engaged

Leadership and Succession Planning

Common Issues / Concerns

Q&A

Session Moderators: NBAA Regional Representatives Steve Hadley & Bob Quinn


Nbaa regional group leader survey results
NBAA REGIONAL GROUP LEADER SURVEY RESULTS

Survey developed by NBAA Regional Representatives following feedback from last year’s networking session

Sent to 45 Regional Business Aviation Group Leaders on July 8

We received 24 responses overall


$15/month

$800 per year

$30

????

50.00

$10/month + time

Approximately $20/month.

Donated

100

free

$30

WHAT IS YOUR AVG MONTHLY WEBSITE COST?


EAPIS, Security, Cost savings,

Security, Crew duty times, economic downturn, training, international slot restrictions

Perception of business aviation to the public and congress; ATC issues; Jobs; Local tax issues; Safety

In my opinion only - Economy's effect on our industry, TSA LASP, TSA APIS requirements

Positive PR for GA; Regional Involvement in activities; Safety.

Security, Access, Environment, Lack of political skills / experience in local aviation organizations

No particular order: Airport Construction - Access (OMA primarily); ATC - Improve regional handling/arrival/departure efficiencies; LASP / Security proposal mitigation by working with US Sen/Congress members and trade associations; Improve public perception of General / Business Aviation via congressional officials and our trade associations; Discussing methods to help improve member fbo and flt dept service levels in a continued economic downturn

What are the top five issues in our industry today that are most important to your group?


User Fees, Fuel prices

Image, representation gov, safety, access. NBAA can do more, these groups should be a formal part of NBAA

Costs of Operation; Positive PR for our Industry; Economy Cost of Government Regulations to our operations; Security compliance (existing & forthcoming)

Access (curfews, noise and weight limits); Users Fees; Controlling Operating Costs; Regulatory Compliance; understanding the issues; - Managing the optics of corporate aviation.

Govt regulation; Safety; operations–efficiency; Mountain operations; Mountain capacity programs/limitations

Local airport issues is our number one priority. Followed by concerns of the rest of the NBAA community.

Government Regulation, Airport Facilities, Public Relations for GA, Aviation Education and Training.

Safety; FAA funding; Training; Strategic planning

What are the top five issues in our industry today that are most important to your group?


Promoting Business Aviation; Creating a compelling future for Business Aviation; Promoting a sense of community

Promoting Emergency contingency planning; Promoting Aviation Security

TSA security initiatives; ETS compliance; CBP initiatives; PBN technology; airport access issues.

Education; safety; scholarships; network; general aviation

Anti-Business attitude of the Federal Government; Caps and Trade; Loss of Pilot-in-Command control in Air Traffic Control Decisions; TSA interest in controlling General Aviation Security.

What are the top five issues in our industry today that are most important to your group?


Positive - depends on what the meeting is about. No charge and always sponsored; Negative - need more flight department involvement from upper levels.

Safety Standdown, Networking Opportunities

We have tried to be aggressive in having more activities so that our membership finds a value in their membership. So far we have had a positive feedback on our activities and found a boost of new membership due to these activities.

Keeping the word out there that we exist. In the past is have been by word of mouth and emails. I am very interested in a website for PRSDA as it will greatly help us communicate with everyone, not just those involved with PRSDA.

We have started to re-charge the group in our region by re-defining our purpose and goals.

We have tried to create membership value (training, education, communication, advocacy) but growth is incremental. We have tried to gain legitimacy as voice of GA at HPN through safety, security and community outreach

What specific actions taken by your group have affected its growth both positively and negatively?


Continue growth curve by keeping our membership abreast of regional/national events impacting business aviation. We do this by quarterly luncheons (with impactful program/speakers), emailings of Board publications/letters and attempting to keep our web-site updated.

Great Presenters; fast action at the meeting; No Q&A slows down meeting - attendees lose interest

Positive- news and press about our group – meetings; Focus on all aspects of aviation not just pilot operations. Negatively - lack of time (volunteer) by board to operate effectively.

Positive - becoming politically active has helped members with access, ground lease costs, and airport planning (ensuring space for corporate hangars at BFI). Negative - being perceived as a BFI only club with little relevance outside Seattle

Limited guest speaker availability

Positively: support by the MKC airport manager and fundraising events. Negatively: Good people losing their jobs and moving away from Kansas City that were leaders in the organization

What specific actions taken by your group have affected its growth both positively and negatively?


Local and State Wide Meetings, Texas Aviation Summit, Gulf Coast Wings, local speaking engagements.

Development of 4 year aviation academic program in an area university; Actively encouraging smaller GA airports to join our team.

Greater communication with airport management and fellow airport tenants. Frequent community events which boost our sense of community. Aircraft operators and Fire Department/Crash Crew equipment familiarization.

We hold many discussions/presentations throughout the year to create awareness, strengthen relationships with government and local agencies and individuals, craft solutions and recommendations.

We do a monthly happy hour, monthly dinner/network with a speaker, and a monthly activity like going to FlightSafety.

Requesting Airport Operations, Local Air Traffic Control Operations, Local TSA Officials as well as Vendors to provide information on current issues to be covered at each meeting.

What specific actions taken by your group have affected its growth both positively and negatively?


Looking ahead
LOOKING AHEAD Coast Wings, local speaking engagements.

Quarterly Interactive GoToMeeting / Webinars

  • Communicating via Internet and Social Networking media

  •  Community Business Aviation Development, A Case Study

  • Scholarships & Charities: Universal Community Goal

  • TBA

    Reconstitute Access Committee Local Subgroup Leadership


Wrap up dan burkhart nbaa director of regional programs
WRAP-UP Coast Wings, local speaking engagements.Dan Burkhart, NBAA Director of Regional Programs


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