NBAA sets schedule for next year’s business aviation regional forums

posted on 2nd September 2019 by William Hayes

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has released the schedule for the business aviation regional forums to be held across the United States in 2020.

The aim of these forums is to bring together business aircraft owners and operators, manufacturers and other affiliated parties in a region to educate each other, debate important issues and showcase products and services.

“At NBAA’s regional forums, you can experience the excitement and energy of the business aviation industry in a single day, right in your part of the country,” said NBAA v-p of events Dina Green.

“We transform a local airport into a showcase for all the latest technology and trends shaping airborne mobility.”

Among the locations for next year’s forum schedule are West Palm Beach, Florida, San Jose, California and White Plains, New York.

Each forum normally attracts around 2,500 people, with 150 outdoor exhibits and 35 aircraft in a static display, while educational sessions can be on such topics as safety, workforce, tax changes or market updates.

The first forum next year will be in West Palm Beach on January 29 at Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), with San Jose International Airport (SJC) next on March 5, followed by Westchester County Airport (HPN) on June 10 in White Plains, New York.