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The Nebraska Business Aviation Association works to enhance and promote the livelihood and safety of its members - pilots, flight attendants, schedulers, and maintenance crews within corporate aviation departments and other business aviation related businesses. By speaking as a unified voice on behalf of corporate aviation to organizations such as the legislature, the Nebraska Aeronautics Commission, National Business Aviation Association, and the Federal Aviation Administration, the association is better able to influence outcomes on matters affecting business aviation.
Attempts are being made to require all users of our aviation system to pay user fees and strip Congress of its traditional oversight role for funding and governance of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), by turning that authority over to a self-interested “board,” to determine when companies using business aviation can fly, how much it will cost to do so, and what type of payment – including user fees – will be demanded of operators. Protect Americans’ freedom to safely fly without excessive fees and protect jobs and economic activity by saying no user fees and privatizing our air traffic control system.
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Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts proclaims May as General Aviation Appreciation Month including Business Aviation. Governor Ricketts is joined by Mayor Stothert (Omaha), Mayor Jensen (Grand Island), Mayor Livingston (North Platte), and Mayor Meininger (Scottsbluff) who also signed similar proclomations for their respective cities in recognition of the important role of General and Business Aviation in our state.
You may click the links below to contact the respective government official to provide them a thank you, or your own comments.Pete Ricketts (Nebraska)Jean Stothert (Omaha)Jeremy Jensen (Grand Island)Dwight Livingston (North Platte)Randy Meininger (Scottsbluff)
NeBAA offers a variety of services to its members. The organization hosts regularly scheduled meetings that promote the professional development of its members by keeping them informed about safety, regulations, new products and airport issues. These meetings and lunches, as well as the annual golf tournament, provide networking opportunities and a means of becoming better acquainted with your fellow aviation related professionals.
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