Call for Nominations: Top 10 Leaders of European Business Aviation


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For the 12th year running, Aviation Week's ShowNews is seeking candidates for its Top 10 Leaders of European Business Aviation, to be announced at EBACE (see the 2013 leaders).

Can you help by naming someone who is making a difference in European business aviation? Someone who is leading, or promoting, or making a difference? Who is bucking the trend? Or whose imagination in marketing is spurring new growth? They can be a CEO of a charter operation, an entrepreneur, someone making a difference in operations, an airport or FBO operator, or a regulator. Or a leader in change in a specific region.


Send your nominations to ShowNews Editor-In-Chief, John Morris:


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