The Air Charter Association of North America (Acana) convened its fourth annual charter broker forum here at NBAA 2013 on Tuesday, focusing on the Department of Transportation’s (DOT’s) recent Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) aimed at regulating the charter broker industry.
The Air Charter Association of North America (Acana) will hold an open forum on Tuesday at the NBAA Convention in Las Vegas to discuss the U.S. DOT’s recently published proposal to regulate aircraft charter brokers. The two-hour session will be held at 3 p.m.
The Air Charter Association of North America (Acana) will hold an open forum about the U.S. DOT’s soon-to-be-released notice of proposed rulemaking for the charter broker/operator industry at the NBAA Convention on October 30 in Room N220B from 2 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Acana said it will be discussing the four main factors behind the FAA proposal, as well as NTSB recommendations that are going to be included in the NPRM.
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.
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.
The Air Charter Association of North America (Acana) has been working with the Department of Transportation to inform and educate the agency about the benefits and successful history of air charter brokers assisting government agencies with booking charter services.