The National Business Aviation Association said the 2020 version of its annual conference and exhibition won’t take place due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic
Consumers are turning to private jets in record numbers as they seek to avoid exposure to the deadly COVID-19 Coronavirus. However, the largest industry conference has been canceled.
The National Business Aviation Association says it is moving forward on its NBAA-BACE conference scheduled for October 6-8 in Orlando
NetJets, Flexjet, and Qatar Executive have used NBAA to announce billion-dollar orders of new private jets
The National Business Aviation Association, the trade group representing various facets of the private jet industry, said it is moving forward with plans for its annual conference.
The event, which typically moves back-and-forth between Las Vegas and Orlando, is scheduled for Oct. 6, 7, and 8 in Florida this year.
Embraer announced the Praetor 500 and 600 midsize and super-midsize jets, while Honeywell’s Global Business Aviation Outlook forecasts up to 7,700 new business jet deliveries worth $251 billion through 2028
On the eve of the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) annual convention being held here in Orlando, Honeywell released its 27th Global Business Aviation Outlook calling for “strong growth in the short to medium term, supported by several new airplane models coming to market and an improved used aircraft environment.” The new forecast predicts 7,700 new business jet deliveries worth $251 billion during the next decade. Earlier in the day at a hangar at Orlando Executive Airport, Embraer announced it was launching two new business jets, the Praetor 500 and 600.