Founded to promote self-regulation among air charter brokers, Acana (Air Charter Association of North America) has become the brokers’ alphabet group, taking the lead on issues affecting the charter brokerage business.
At the NBAA Convention this week in Las Vegas, one word has been repeated by OEMs, analysts, consultants and others alike: China. China seems to be the golden land–the new “Wild East” set to save the general and business aviation industry from oblivion.
Bombardier today announced more suppliers for its new Global 7000 and 8000 ultra-long-range jets.
After four years of decline, business aviation is poised for moderate recovery beginning in 2012, according to Honeywell Aerospace’s annual Business Aviation Outlook, released yesterday.
The Air Charter Association of North America (Acana), an organization promoting best practices for charter operators and brokers, will hold a forum on charter operator/broker legalities, transparency, consumer protection and update on DOT broker regulations at the upcoming NBAA Convention. The forum will be held on October 10 from 1 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.