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FBOs – A Changing Business?

October 9

10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


Fixed base operators are being hit hard by the downtown in business jet activity. How are they managing to survive? Lessons learned will likely shape new ways of running their business going forward.


    Moderated by Molly McMillin, Editor-In-Chief, The Weekly of Business Aviation








    John Enticknap, Founder, Aviation Business Strategies Group


    Ron R. Jackson, Co-Founder of Aviation Business Strategies Group and President of The Jackson Group


    Bob McCreery, President and General Manager, McCreery Aviation Co., Inc.


    Charters – Strategies To Keep New Customers

    October 8

    10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


    The pandemic has brought a flood of first-time users to business aviation. The challenge now is to keep them. Our experts discuss how they plan to do so.


    Moderated by Fred George, Chief Aircraft Evaluation Editor, Aviation Week Network








    Adam Twidell, CEO, PrivateFly


    Gregg Slow, President, FXAIR

    Forecasts For The Future

    October 7

    10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


    Business aviation deliveries are taking a downturn in 2020. What will the turboprop and business jet market look like next year and over the next decade? Where is the growth and what segments will fare the best?


    Please join our webinar where forecasters will present the latest in data and predictions.


    Moderated by Molly McMillin, Editor-In-Chief, The Weekly of Business Aviation







    Shantanu Vaish, Director of strategy and industry marketing, Honeywell Aerospace


    Brian Kough, Aviation Week Network Senior Director, Forecasts & Aerospace Insights

    Pre-Owned Vs New: Post-Pandemic Dynamics

    October 6

    10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


    The last major recession unleashed a flood of private jets onto the market, causing prices to collapse. This downturn may be different, and values seem to holding up. What does the future hold for sales - and prices - of both new and pre-owned business aircraft?


    Join us as our panel assesses the pandemic’s impact on the new and used business aircraft market globally and what changes to expect in the evolving recovery.


    Moderated by William Garvey, Editor-In-Chief, BCA









    Joe Carfagna, Jr., Incoming President of IADA


    Steve Varsano, Founder and President of The Jet Business


    Rollie Vincent, Consultant and Creative Director of Jetnet iQ

    Strategies For The Future

    October 5

    10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


    Nobody expected the current situation, nor that the recovery would take so long. Ed Bolen, President & CEO of NBAA, discusses how the industry has had to stabilize, adapt, and plan for the future in a new world even as much of it struggles today.


    Moderated by John Morris, Editor-In-Chief, ShowNews







    Ed Bolen, President & CEO, National Business Aviation Association (NBAA)


    Molly McMillin, Editor-In-Chief, The Weekly of Business Aviation

    Business Aviation: At The Tip Of The Technology Spear

    August 27

    11:00 EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST


    Dozens of breakthrough safety technologies have made their debuts on corporate aircraft, including hands-off emergency autoland systems, synthetic vision PFDs, enhanced flight vision systems, WAAS GPS approaches, 3D airport diagrams, runway excursion awareness and alerting, and ADS-B IN traffic displays, among many others. We’ll look at what it takes to move from a science project to a certified system that can be used for operational credit, now and in the future.





    Phil Straub, Executive Vice President & Managing Director of Aviation, Garmin


    Jens Hennig, Vice President, Operations, GAMA


    Thea Feyereisen, Senior Engineering Fellow, Honeywell.

    Democratization of Business Aviation

    July 27

    15:00 EDT | 20:00 BST | 21:00 CEST


    The cost of entry to business aircraft cabins has decreased through a variety of devices including travel clubs, jet cards, empty leg apps, by-the-seat scheduled charter, whole charter and fractional aircraft networks. What other arrangements are coming and how low can the price go? How successful have these appeals actually been in expanding the customer base?


    Democratization of BA


    Kenny Dichter, CEO, Wheels Up


    Moderated by Fred George, Chief Aircraft Evaluation Editor, Aviation Week Network

    Business Aviation | Insurance at a Premium

    July 1, 2020



    The cost of coverage is doubling in some cases – if available at all. Why? Substantial losses in commercial and private aviation along with natural catastrophes. As a result, some underwriters have left the market altogether while those who remain are upping rates to recover from years of flat returns and are choosing policyholders carefully. Older pilots and those flying their own turbine-powered aircraft are finding the market particularly tough.


    Join Aviation Week Network as our panel of experts discusses this crucial topic.


    Moderated by Molly McMillin, Editor-in-Chief, Weekly of Business Aviation



    Andrew Broom, CEO, Citation Jet Pilots Association


    Mark Baker, President, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association


    Lance Toland, Founder & Aviation Insurance Practice Leader, Lance Toland Associates 



    Illicit Charter: Intentional or Not

    June 16


    Many expect post-pandemic interest in business aviation to increase as a result of reduced airline service and health concerns related to airline travel. While there are a number of options available to those new to business aviation – charter, jet cards, fractionals, etc. – there are other ways to go aloft, such as paying an aircraft owner to try out the travel option with his aircraft and crew or a private pilot for a quick day trip to a business meeting. The problem is those latter options violate federal regulations risking fines and license suspension and void insurance coverage should an accident result.


    Join Aviation Week Network as we discuss this crucial topic.





    Moderated by Fred George, Chief Aircraft Evaluation Editor, Aviation Week Network


    Ryan Waguespack, Senior Vice President, National Air Transportation Association


    Kent Jackson, Founder & Managing Partner, Jetlaw, LLC


    Don Riley, Operations Safety Inspector, Federal Aviation Administration’s Special Emphasis Investigations Team (SEIT)


    Strategies for Recovery

    May 27

    10:00 EDT / 15:00 BST / 16:00 CEST


    Business aviation is forecast to lead the air transport industry in the post-COVID-19 environment. How will it recover fast enough to do this? What will the new world look like? And how are top players positioning themselves now for the challenges ahead?


    This webinar will be part of an in-depth digital European Business Aviation Special Report.


    Long-time ShowNews editor John Morris will moderate a panel of leading figures in European Business Aviation, who will discuss how they view the future across a broad spectrum from regulation and the operating environment, to strategies for charter and marketing.


    Moderator: John Morris, Editor-in-Chief, ShowNews








    Athar Husain Khan, Secretary General, EBAA


    Adam Twidell, CEO, PrivateFly


    Ian Moore, Chief Commercial Officer, VistaJet


    Robert Frish, President, Aviation Services at Luxaviation





    Capitalizing On Business Aviation In The Post-Pandemic Era

    May 21


    The mobility benefits of business aviation have never been clearer as they are today. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused airlines to ground large portions of their fleets, slash the number of departures, and concentrate traffic at hub airports thereby adding more legs to trips and even cancel service altogether to some cities.


    Business aviation, in contrast, continues to offer passengers non-stop, point-to-point air transportation and also provides lower disease exposure risk. However, operating your company aircraft isn’t the only way to gain access to business aviation.


    How can business aviation become more accessible and less expensive? Will FBOs be able to maintain health-safety standards and complete a timely boarding process?


    Join us for an interactive webinar as our panelists discuss these topics and more.


    Moderated by: Fred George, Senior Editor, Business & Commercial Aviation


    Business Aviation & COVID-19: The Potential Effect on Aircraft Values & Financing

    May 5


    In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, what is changing in the pre-owned business aircraft market, aircraft values and financing and where is it headed? How does today’s environment compare to that of the last recession and why does it matter?


    Join Aviation Week Network and our panel of experts as they discuss business aircraft valuations and financing post-pandemic during our interactive webinar. 


    Moderator: Molly McMillin, Editor-in-Chief, The Weekly of Business Aviation



    Brian Proctor, Founder & CEO, Mente Group


    Shawn Vick, Chairman & CEO, Global Jet Capital


    Chris Reynolds, Editor & Appraiser, Aircraft Bluebook

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    Business Aviation, Post-Pandemic: Will This Crisis Reshape the Industry?

    April 21

    Business aviation manufacturers are making medical masks, face shields and respirators, fractional and charter jets are ferrying emergency room supplies and workers, loyal, able long-time workers have been stricken by the thousands from payrolls. Nothing is business as usual in business aviation. But the coronavirus will end, and when that much welcome day finally arrives, what of our community? Will it recover fully, partially or hardly? Going forward, how will its mission, its infrastructure, its fleet and its people be affected? What will be its losses and its gains? And what unexpected thing or things might alter its course?


    Our goal is to provide some way-points as we navigate to a better place. Come share the start of that journey with us.


    Moderated by: William Garvey, Editor-in-Chief, Business & Commercial Aviation





    Molly McMillin, Editor-in-Chief, The Weekly of Business Aviation


    Michael Bruno, Senior Business Editor, Aviation Week Network


    Richard Aboulafia, Vice President, Analysis, Teal Group