new ‘nbaa insider daily’ has covid-19 guidance
March 25, 2020
The continuing spread of the COVID-19 virus is prompting a series of daily, even hourly announcements from authorities in government, medicine, aviation and elsewhere – all of which have evolving implications for business aviation travel and other key decision-making.
That’s why, for the duration of this uncertain period, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is launching a new, weekday-morning newsletter – NBAA Insider Daily – to bring members the latest original content and thought leadership from the association, as well as aviation news from trusted sources around the web. Issues will mail at 11 a.m., Monday through Friday.
Importantly, this news roundup will be customized to the interests of subscribers, because it’s based on a platform that curates information geared to their specific issue preferences and priorities. That means the newsletter will focus not just on COVID-19 news, but on broader, more enduring concerns, like ever-changing U.S. and international operations, new aviation-transport modes, trends in the industry marketplace and other priority issues.
“This unique and challenging time makes clear that the environment for business aviation is changing daily on a host of fronts, and with this new service, NBAA is helping its members meet this challenge,” said association President and CEO Ed Bolen. “We want to be a source members turn to for the information they need, when they most need it, and that’s the idea behind the launch of NBAA Insider Daily.”
The product joins other recent additions to NBAA’s lineup of resources, including a regular NBAA News Hour webinar, featuring experts in the operations, medical, legal, technical and other fields providing guidance on a range of COVID-19-driven considerations facing the entrepreneurs and companies relying on business aviation. NBAA Insider Daily will replace the association’s weekly news roundup, NBAA Update. “During this challenging moment and beyond, NBAA is committed to remaining essential to its members, providing the valued content they want, in the format most useful to them,” Bolen concluded. “We welcome all feedback regarding these new offerings, including specific suggestions about the news and other topics of most relevance to our community.” NBAA members with feedback can contact NBAA’s Senior Vice President, Communications Dan Hubbard at firstname.lastname@example.org.