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18/07/2013NBAA WELCOMES HOUSE PASSAGE OF SMALL AIRCRAFT REVITALIZATION ACT

Legislation to Smooth Aircraft-Certification Process Now Moves to Senate
National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen today welcomed passage by the U.S. House of Representatives of H.R.1848, The Small Aircraft Revitalization Act, as “a significant step toward achieving a welcome and much-needed enhancement of certification standards for aircraft and avionics.

10/04/2013NBAA'S BOLEN RENOUNCES OBAMA BUDGET AS ANOTHER ATTACK ON BUSINESS AVIATION

National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen today expressed opposition to renewed calls for a new general aviation user fee, included in President Obama's just-released budget proposal for fiscal year 2014.

“It is unfortunate, but not surprising, that the constant negative rhetoric about business aviation from the White House has once again translated into an onerous policy position from the administration, this time in the president’s newest budget proposal,” Bolen said.

29/11/2012NBAA WELCOMES FINAL PASSAGE OF EU-ETS PROHIBITION ACT

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) thanked President Barack Obama and members of both houses of Congress for their work in passing the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS) Prohibition Act.

23/09/2012NBAA WELCOMES PASSAGE OF SENATE BILL PROHIBITING COMPLIANCE WITH EU-ETS

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today applauded final passage of Senate legislation prohibiting operators of U.S. aircraft from participating in a European scheme to regulate aviation emissions.

28/08/2012NBAA SALUTES AMERICAN HERO NEIL ARMSTRONG

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today hailed the legacy of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, who died today of complications from heart surgery.
“Neil Armstrong inspired generations of people to reach for their dreams, and all of us in the aerospace community have been inspired by his example,” said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen.

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