The British Business and General Aviation Association and the Baltic Air Charter Association will collaborate to deliver a set of seminars at this year's Business and General Aviation Day (BGAD), which is being held at Cambridge Airport's newest hangar on Tuesday 17th September.
The seminars will cover a broad range of topics, including: 'The changing buying habits of the business aviation customer,' 'Border Force,' 'Business aviation training and apprenticeships,' 'Illegal chartering,' 'Changing perspectives in the UK and European markets,' and 'CAA – flight data monitoring and the significant seven.' The part-nership between BBGA and BACA is notable because between them the associations represent operators and charter brokers.
BGAD itself will display 60 booths manned by a wide array of business aviation organisations. Visitors will have the chance to experience the cabins of the business aircraft on display such as the King Air 200 and Phenom 300, and can also take part in PrivateFly's BGAD ten-pin bowling challenge. For full details of the day please visit www.bgad.aero.