Alexandria, VA, May 5, 2011 - The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has released its new fact book titled, General Aviation in the United States. The new and improved fact book features member testimonials on a wide array of NATA's products and services and serves as a fantastic educational tool for the association's Day on the Hill event.
General Aviation in the United States provides an in-depth review of the NATA membership segments as well as other important components of the general aviation and airline services industry. This handy reference also contains information on a number of U.S. government agencies that affect the day-to-day operation of aviation businesses, and features several charts containing vital general aviation and business aviation statistics on fuel consumption, fractional ownership companies, active pilots, airports, and much more.
This new fact book is free-of-charge and can be viewed and downloaded at www.nata.aero/factbook.
"Our new fact book really serves as a great foundation to learn about General Aviation and the aviation service business that help it take flight," stated NATA president James K. Coyne. "I encourage all of our members to utilize this document when educating local, state and federal political leaders as well as local airport boards on the importance and value of aviation businesses."