We members of the business aviation community love to gather and flock together heartily throughout the year. But it seems to me that these usually annual reunions are front-loaded. To my point: I’ve already checked off the Living Legends of Aviation gala; the National Aeronautic Association luncheon featuring Teal Group Richard Aboulafia’s yearly assessment of civil and military aviation programs; the General Aviation Manufacturers Association’s State of the Industry ...

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