Connecticut Business Aviation Group Gears Up

Aviation International News » July 2002
April 14, 2008, 11:16 AM

The Connecticut Business Aviation Group (CBAG) recently formalized its organization, establishing its mandate and selecting its team of executive officers at a meeting at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks. “Our goals are to serve the needs and represent the interests of the Connecticut and greater New England business aviation community and to promote business aviation as a vital and contributing segment in the overall aviation environment and economy,” said CBAG president Paul Anderson of United Technologies. Joining Anderson on the organization’s team of officers are Sandy Sanderson of IMS Health, vice president; Larry Jorash of Signature Flight Support, treasurer; and Peter Vasconcelos of Bombardier Aerospace, secretary. Membership dues are $25 for individuals and $250 for corporate flight departments.

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