ORLANDO, Fla. – Despite a hurricane and a nearly 12-hr. presidential temporary flight restriction (TFR), attendance at the National Business Aviation Association’s 65th Annual Meeting and Convention dropped off only slightly and only two of the nearly 1,100 exhibitors dropped out for weather reasons. This year’s event drew 25,150 attendees – down from the 26,077 in 2011, but still up from the 24,206 a year earlier. A total of 105 aircraft were on static display at both the convention ...
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