NBAA has set its business aviation regional forum schedule for 2020 to include West Palm Beach, Florida; San Jose, California; and White Plains, New York. The forums are designed to bring together a region’s current and prospective business aircraft owners and operators with manufacturers and others in the industry to showcase products and services, discuss important issues, and provide education. They each typically attract about 2,500 attendees and include 150 indoor exhibits and a static display of about 35 aircraft. Educational sessions generally address a variety of topics such as market updates, tax and regulatory changes, aviation safety, and workforce development.
“At NBAA’s regional forums, you can experience the excitement and energy of the business aviation industry in a single day, right in your part of the country,” said NBAA v-p of events Dina Green. “We transform a local airport into a showcase for all the latest technology and trends shaping airborne mobility.”
West Palm Beach will kick off next year’s forum series on January 29 at Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), followed by March 5 at San Jose International Airport (SJC) andJune 10 at Westchester County Airport (HPN) in White Plains, New York.
Also new to NBAA’s 2020 calendar is the International Operators Conference (IOC), which is scheduled for March 16 to 19 in Charlotte, North Carolina.