Oct. 4, 2017

The No Plane No Gain advocacy campaign figures to be prominently featured at the upcoming NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE), taking place Oct. 10-12 in Las Vegas, NV.

From the expansion of the popular “Business Leaders on Business Aviation” series featuring real-world examples of how companies use aircraft to succeed to updated infographics designed for supporters of the campaign to share on social media to signage throughout the exhibit hall showcasing the industry’s significance – No Plane No Gain will be on display.

No Plane No Gain lapel pins also will be available for attendees to review and take with them. The #BizAvWorks initiative features the use of the hashtag on the campaign’s Twitter and Facebook platforms to promote business aviation, and the recognition of its value, from elected officials and people in the industry alike. Learn more about #BizAvWorks.

Ahead of NBAA-BACE this year, NBAA released a new study of S&P 500 companies by NEXA Advisors, showing that by a host of measures, the use of business aviation is the sign of a well-managed enterprise among America’s most well-respected companies. This latest examination of business aviation’s value joins six other studies conducted on behalf of the No Plane No Gain advocacy campaign.

Learn more about these studies.

Findings of this study will be highlighted during the No Plane No Gain Media Kick-Off Breakfast, taking place Tuesday, Oct. 10. Additionally, NEXA Advisors Managing Partner Michael Dyment will host a dedicated session at 2 p.m. on Oct. 11 providing tips and tools for flight departments to use this latest study to detail the value of a company’s flight operations.

The No Plane No Gain advocacy campaign is jointly sponsored by NBAA and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. The initiative educates policymakers and decision-makers on business aviation’s essential role in the nation’s economy and transportation system.

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