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NBAA regional forums to return next summer
NBAA forums usually feature 150 indoor exhibitors, dozens of aircraft on display and around 2,000 attendees. Although proceedings have been brought to a halt this year, the association remains optimistic for 2021.

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) will resume its Regional Forums on 9 June 2021, at Westchester County airport in White Plains, New York. The forum will take place at the Million Air facility in accordance with local mandates and guidance from health experts, with attendees' health and safety as the highest priority.

“We are excited to bring the Regional Forum platform back in 2021 with the White Plains event,” says Dina Green, NBAA's vice president for events. “This forum will feature the education sessions, networking opportunities and aircraft display so many members look forward to every year. This forum is traditionally one of the most well-attended, as the area represents a significant business aviation market.”

On average, NBAA forums feature 150 indoor exhibitors, dozens of aircraft on display and around 2,000 attendees. Education sessions examine the latest issues affecting the industry, such as market updates to tax and regulatory changes and safety programming, as well as focus on workforce development, including programming for students considering a career in business aviation.

“With the cancellation of most live events for 2020, we encourage members and potential buyers and users of business aviation to put the live NBAA White Plains Regional Forum on their calendar,” Green concludes.

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