NATIONAL BUSINESS AVIATION ASSOCIATION said a survey of its associate members indicates that nearly 500 companies plan to have an exhibit presence at the rescheduled NBAA convention in New Orleans Dec. 12-14, about half the total that had planned to exhibit at the show during the original Sept. 18-20 dates. While some large manufacturers have indicated they will not exhibit in December (BA, Oct. 1/151), NBAA President Jack Olcott said he's "really encouraged" by the initial response. He ...
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