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BizAv Leaders Hope For Long-Term FAA Reauthorization Bill
January 5, 2011
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  • Posted by Benet Wilson

    January 4, 2011

    Industry leaders believe lawmakers will be able to move quickly on a long-termFAAreauthorization once the new Congress convenes, reportsThe Weekly of Business Aviation(subscribers only). But they may face an 18th short-term extension since they have only until March 31 to draft a new long-term reauthorization bill and push the legislation through both the House and Senate.

    TheBoston Globedoes a profile of business aviation airport Hanscomb Field. “We’re a barometer for what’s going on in the regional economy,” Barbara Patzner, Hanscom Field airport director, told theGlobe. My April 2010 profile of the airport ishere(subscribers only).

    NATA’s Inside Washington blog points members to the organization’sAviation Business Journal. “Getting to know your customers, colleagues and competitors provides many advantages. One of the best ways to get to know them is in person at one of NATA’s events, but you can also gain a lot of information by reading member profiles and other feature articles in NATA’sAviation Business Journal,”writes NATA’s Sannon Chambers.

    TheCorporate Jet Insiderreports that the inventory of used jets continues to drop, citing a JP Morgan business jet report. TheGlobalAir.comblog posts on the 2011 Business Aviation Outlook.

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