EBAA has launched a peer-networking program—dubbed EBAA Ambassadors—that brings industry leaders together in closed workshops and forums to address the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the business aviation industry. According to EBAA, these leaders will come together several times each year to reflect on the industry’s most pressing issues.
“As leaders of the industry, they are raising the standard in the ever-changing and evolving world they operate in,” EBAA said. “Ambassadors will be briefed on political and public policy developments that impact the sector, and are committed to giving back in the areas of sustainability, diversity, innovation, and responsible business practices.”
“The companies share a common commitment to create a more sustainable, diverse, innovative, and responsible business aviation industry,” added EBAA COO Robert Baltus. “They are aware of the challenges we face on a daily basis and are committed to accelerating positive changes to overcome them.”
Complementing this initiative, EBAA has also created a virtual platform to share stories about EBAA Ambassadors, celebrate their achievements, and allow space for discourse on making a change for the better. So far, 15 companies have signed up to the program: Air BP, Bombardier, CAT Aviation, Dassault Aviation, DC Aviation, Duncan Aviation, FlyingGroup, Jetcraft, Jet Maintenance Solutions, JSSI, MedAire, NetJets Europe, Primus Aero, UAS International Trip Support, and VistaJet.