March 2018 News

Friday, March 16, 2018 12:00 PM | Anonymous

March 2018 News

Welcome Stacey Wood

In February the PNBAA Board of Directors enthusiastically appointed Stacey Wood to fill one of two vacancies. Stacey has been an active volunteer in our flight attendant community and brings an important perspective to the Board. She has worked as a corporate flight attendant for over 14 years. Today Stacey is integral member of a flight department based in Everett, Washington. On behalf of the PNBAA community congratulations Stacey!

The Board continues to seek applications for the remaining vacancy. Consider this opportunity to serve your community and professionally develop yourself, just like Stacey. Additional insight is provided on the Applications webpage.

Last Call for 2nd Annual PNW Safety Officer Roundtable Meeting

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

The Museum of Flight in Seattle

Safety Officer registration is open and filling up. Share this opportunity with peers who have Safety Officer responsibilities.

PNBAA and the Boeing Field Safety Officers are co-hosting another Pacific Northwest Safety Officer Roundtable Meeting after last year's enthusiastic participation. The free afternoon meeting is intended for individuals in a Safety Officer role to share and learn with peers in a confidential forum. 

Safety Officer Roundtable Meeting Link

Register for 10th Annual PNBAA Safety & Security Day

Thursday, April 5, 2018

The Museum of Flight in Seattle

There are just over two weeks left to register for Safety & Security Day. Make your plans now. The program is anticipated to sell out in advance.

The event webpage has the program highlights. A preview of the nationally recognized speakers include: Dr. Daniel Mollicone of Pulsar Informatics Inc.; acrobatic aviator Sean Tucker; Dr. Amy Grubb with the FBI; panel members Mark McIntyre, Rich Loudon, Chris Connor and Jeff Mittlelman; Doug Carr with NBAA; and author Laurence Gonzales. 

There are new program experiences throughout the day such as Safety Patron sponsors Gulfstream hosting a G500 static display and surprise from Kenmore Aero Services.

Double check that you or your company is a current annual PNBAA member to save $25. Either logon to your profile or complete the "Contact Us" web form requesting verification.

Safety & Security Day Link

YoPro Evening Networking Social

Thursday April 5, 2018

Rhein Haus, Capital Hill in Seattle

Save the evening of April 5th for a PNBAA-NBAA YoPro Networking Reception. The PNBAA Facebook and event webpage will soon share more details. 

Supported by PNBAA and hosted by the NBAA Young Professionals in Business Aviation (YoPro), the reception provides a fun, lively setting for millennials to engage with fellow business aviation professionals within the Pacific Northwest region. 


PNBAA Joint Flight Attendant + S&D Annual Meeting

Thursday May 17, 2018

CB Air Hangar on Boeing Field

This year PNBAA is proud to present a combined annual meeting with Flight Attendants + Schedulers & Dispatchers. The meeting will be a full day starting with specialized presenters, then moving into a combined session in the second half of the day. 

It is a great opportunity to learn from and network with colleagues working in different aspects of corporate flight departments. Business aviation is all about teamwork, we are committed to promote and foster these relationships. We see these two groups as excellent working companions with many similar concerns while having very different responsibilities. 

The PNBAA event webpage will be revealed in mid-April. Sponsorship opportunities are available now. If you would like additional information, please contact the organizing committee co-chairs Ernesta Corcoran and Stacey Wood.

You Won a Battle for General Aviation!

The PNBAA Board of Directors would like to join the general aviation industry chorus thanking you, our members and supporters for opposing "ATC Privatization" tied to H.R. 2997. Over the past year your individual emails and calls to congressional members resonated! H.R. 2997 will not be a part of the FAA reauthorization process. Thus ensuring our current airspace and airport access remains.

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