Pelton: Bizav Issues Don’t End at Borders

Aviation International News » November 2009
November 2, 2009, 4:49 AM

Business aviation faces similar issues around the world that will require operators to cooperate across regional lines if the industry is to thrive, Cessna Aircraft chairman, president and CEO Jack Pelton said last month at the 10th annual Regional Aviation Association of Australia Convention. “Every region of the world has its own issues to deal with and each issue is complex,” he said, “requiring dedicated and reasoned discussion among the principals.” Pelton cited three primary issues facing general and business aviation: requirements to enhance security and safety, ATC modernization and growing environmental concerns.

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