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NATA establishes air charter broker committee
With the aim of setting standards that should enhance best practice, NATA has set up a committee of charter brokers who will guide and educate the business aviation market as a whole.

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has established an Air Charter Broker Committee, dedicated to upholding the integrity of the air charter broker community by establishing standards, developing and implementing industry best practices, and providing value to business aviation users.

“NATA's Air Charter Broker Committee is comprised of a group of charter brokers who are interested in advancing the industry and association's goal of elevating the industry through transparency, ethical standards, safety and continuous improvement,” says vice president Ryan Waguespack.

The committee will identify key issues, provide guidance on addressing those issues and assist NATA in its educational efforts.

“The association, through its Illegal Charter Task Force, is actively providing resources to charter brokers and other members of the air charter community to assist them in avoiding illegal charter. We are looking forward to working with these dedicated individuals to enhance and expand the resources available to brokers and their clients,” adds Waguespack.

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