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GA Airports in ‘Survival Mode,’ but Ready to Support Business Aviation

National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) hosted a webinar that included participants from the FAA as well as several directors of medium and large GA facilities around the country. The webinar served as a platform allowing NBAA to bring the regulator, airports and operators together in a virtual, interactive forum. In general, the airport directors noted that even while traffic levels have fallen drastically – to “near-zero” flight activity in some cases – GA airports remain staffed and open as essential facilities and continue to be safety-focused and ready to provide services to business aviation customers.

https://nbaa.org/aircraft-operations/safety/coronavirus/ga-airports-in-survival-mode-but-ready-to-support-business-aviation/?MessageRunDetailID=1674238653&PostID=13965368&utm_medium=email&utm_source=rasa_io