March, 2014 -- Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas --The North Texas Business Aviation Association (NTBAA), second annual Safety Show-Down event on April 3rd, 2013 at Million Air Dallas at Addison (KADS) Airport will feature more than ten different presentations to choose from and special guest luncheon speaker Ed Bolen, President and CEO for the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA).
This one-day safety day event will include numerous industry experts with presentations on current issues and topics that are crucial to today’s aviation safety culture. In addition to presentations and Ed Bolen’s luncheon address, the hangar will be set up with numerous vendor exhibits.
“We are expecting a full house of area Pilots, Aviation Directors, Flight Attendants, Schedulers, FBO management and anyone in business aviation interested in learning more about aviation safety,” stated Marj Rose, President of NTBAA. “We are so excited to bring this type of educational event to the local business aviation community and look forward to a great day,” added Ms. Rose.
Registration is open at www.ntbaaonline.com and space is limited so attendees are encouraged to pre-register to guarantee attendance. The program will begin with a continental breakfast and check-in at 7:30 AM and will wrap up with a networking reception from 5:15 – 7:00 PM. There will be opportunities to win prizes and chances for a Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) or Citation Jet (CJ) type-rating course from CAE SimuFlite will also be available.
NTBAA is an association that brings together the growing North Texas Business Aviation Community. It provides a forum to network, educate, mentor, share best practices, and represent the interests of the business aviation industry. This group is made up of local flight operations, manufacturers and associated business aviation vendors, suppliers, and service providers, and it creates a platform to interact with policy makers and officials whose decisions affect this industry. It also brings those in the North Texas area together for a free exchange of ideas and concerns and foster both professional and educational opportunities. For more information about NTBAA, contact Marj Rose at 214-862-8992 or email at her firstname.lastname@example.org.