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Fri, Sep 10, 2021

NBAA Unveils Online Content Program For Upcoming Convention

Program Will Be Available To In-Person And At-Home Attendees

The National Business Aviation Association informs the community of their online content program to accompany the live, upcoming Convention in Las Vegas. The content will include a full program of valuable education sessions and web-only features.

These additions will be available to both in-person and at-home attendees of the upcoming NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition taking place from October 12-14.

Recorded sessions from the live events will be made available within 24 hours after the in-person presentations. All recorded content will be available for a small fee for those joining online, while those registered to attend NBAA-BACE in person will have access to this content at no additional cost. All recorded NBAA-BACE education sessions will offer Certified Aviation Manager credit.

The NBAA unveiled its online networking platform for last year’s virtual show, which will provide the opportunity for business aviation professionals to connect from their home or office in real-time.

Additionally, the NBAA-BACE New Product Showcase featuring the latest new products introduced over the last 18 months will be part of the program.

“NBAA continues to focus on offering engaging content accessible to more of our members than ever before,” said Chris Strong, NBAA senior vice president for events. “We’ve taken the significant step to expand the number of recorded sessions and events available online in consideration of those who may be unable to attend NBAA-BACE in person.”

“Whether you’re at the show or watching online, this ‘hybrid’ edition of NBAA-BACE promises to be an exciting, dynamic and informative showcase for the very best of business aviation,” Strong added.

FMI: www.nbaa.org/bace

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