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.

Girls in Aviation Day Goes Virtual for 2020

Sept. 21, 2020 Women in Aviation International’s (WAI) 6th Annual Girls in Aviation Day will deliver a free, year-round experience for girls ages 8-17 through a new Aviation for Girls (AFG) app, sponsored by the U.S. Air Force. Through the app, WAI will deliver content and resources including career videos, virtual museum tours, scholarship information, […]

Special King Air Calls Attention to Efforts Fighting Hunger

Sept. 16, 2020 Air charter operator Wheels Up recently took delivery of a Beechcraft King Air 350i with a special livery supporting Feeding America and its efforts to combat growing levels of food insecurity across the U.S. throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The orange paint matches the shade in the Feeding America logo, and ties into […]

Wyoming Businessman-Pilot Finds Meaning in Air Medical Flights

Aug. 26, 2020 With oil and gas operations paused, and his company’s Cessna 414 idle during the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, Tom Van Kleef found a silver lining to the current challenges – one that will outlast the pandemic, with positive outcomes for the company and the community. Van Kleef is the executive vice […]

Colorado BizAv Pilots Deliver Thousands of Masks to Help Combat COVID-19

Aug. 11, 2020 The Colorado Aviation Business Association (CABA) and Angel Flight West with the assistance of Denver International Airport and the Colorado Division of Aeronautics, hosted a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Face Mask Airlift on Aug. 8 from Signature Flight Support at Centennial Airport in Englewood, CO. The airlift mission was carried out […]

South Carolina Airport Builds for Business Aviation

Rock Hill (York County) Airport-Bryant Field (UZA) in South Carolina is an important hub for business aircraft operators, and city leaders have approved a 35-year lease agreement for more hangar space to attract more users to the field.