Print news offers important opportunities for explaining the value of business aviation, and NBAA and GAMA have offered countless interview opportunities to news executives to discuss the industry. Below is just a sampling of the interviews and articles the two organizations have participated in since the launch of the No Plane No Gain campaign in 2009.

Business Aviation Drives Company’s Expansion at Chicago-Area Airport

B. Coleman Aviation recently announced the completion of its 40,000-square-foot airplane hangar, which increases the company’s footprint to approximately 95,000-square-feet of FBO and hangar facilities at Gary/Chicago International Airport (GYY). “The hangar was built to meet the growing demand in the region for business aviation services,” said John Girzadas, president of B. Coleman Aviation.

Foundation Aims to Empower the Industry’s Next Generation

The Aviation Community Foundation (ACF) has a simple, but ambitious goal, and that’s to entice 1 million people to file a flight plan for a lifetime career in the aviation sector. “There is an incredible demand for talent today and into the future, and the industry is facing unprecedented demand for talent on a global level,” said Ethan Martin, founder and CEO of ACF.

Mayors Across the Country Support General Aviation

Local officials in eight communities around the country – from Georgia to Idaho – recognized the value of general aviation in November. To date, hundreds of mayors and city councils have highlighted the importance of general aviation, including business aviation, to their towns and regions.