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Upcoming Webinars

 April 25, 2018

Airport Minimum Standards: Maintaining Compliance for Commercial Aeronautical Activities

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Airport Minimum Standards set forth the minimum requirements that need to be met as a condition for conducting commercial general aviation aeronautical activities at an airport.

The purpose of minimum standards is to provide a fair and reasonable opportunity, without unjust discrimination, to applicants to qualify, or otherwise compete, to occupy available airport land and/or improvements and engage in authorized commercial general aviation aeronautical activities at an airport.

Beyond providing the basis for the uniform treatment of operators, minimum standards reduce the potential for (and provide a platform for resolving) conflicts, complaints (informal and formal), and disputes (including lawsuits). Consistent with the objectives established by the FAA, minimum standards should (1) promote safety, (2) protect airport users, (3) maintain and enhance the availability of services, (4) promote the orderly development of an airport, and (5) ensure operational efficiency.

During this webinar attendees will learn the role, purpose, and value of airport minimum standards for commercial aeronautical activities.  Speakers will address topics such as the importance of airport minimum standards with regard to maintaining compliance with airport sponsor assurances from the FAA perspective and the benefits of adopting and enforcing airport minimum standards at NPIAS and non-NPIAS airports from an airport sponsor perspective.

Moderator: Jeff Kohlman, Managing Principal, Aviation Management Consulting Group

Speakers:

David Bennett, Principal of Bennett Aviation Consulting

Jamie L. Abbott, C.M., Executive Director of Chicago Executive Airport

Archived Webinars

February 20, 2018

Essential Drone Technologies for State Directors– Archive Page

August 2, 2017

Airport System and Capital Planning Webinar – Archive Page

June 7, 2017

Attracting Business Aviation Webinar-Archive Page

 

April 12, 2017

Airport Compliance Webinar Part B-Archive Page

March 22, 2017

Airport Compliance Webinar Part A-Archive Page

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January 25, 2017

Airport Emergency Planning

NASAO and KDOT Aviation presented an interactive webinar in Airport Emergency Planning to help prepare you for when you will be needed the most.

During this webinar participants learned how to identify and  integrate an airport emergency plan and incident command system into airport and emergency operations to  improved readiness. Attendees also learned how to develop a relevant plan for the local environment and to collect resources to support emergency planning and preparation.

Airport Emergency Planning Webinar Slides

Speakers: 

o   Eric Johnson, President of the Metropolitan Topeka Airport Authority, ejohnson@mtaa-topeka.org

o   JOHN S KINNEY, Airport Director for Aspen-Pitkin County Airport , john.kinney@aspenairport.com 

o   Joe Husband, Director of Phoenix-Goodyear Airport, joseph.husband@phoenix.gov 

 

The above webinar will be hosted by NASAO and facilitated by the Kansas Division of Aviation.  For more information please contact Lindsey Dreiling. You can also contact the presenters directly if you have any questions.  

 

Whether you are a state aviation official, staff member or a Friend of NASAO, there are opportunities for you to become more involved with NASAO through participation on one of our many Committees. See a complete list of opportunities and let us know where you would like to be involved. More
NASAO is one of the most senior aviation organizations in the United States, predating even the Federal Aviation Administration’s predecessor, the Civil Aeronautics Authority. The states first established NASAO to ensure uniformity of safety measures, to standardize airport regulations and develop a truly national air transportation system responsive to local, state, and regional needs. More
NASAO holds two formal conferences each year – our Annual Convention and Trade Show, typically held in September and a Washington Legislative Conference held in the nation’s Capital during the February/March timeframe. NASAO also has a presence at EAA’s AirVenture, held each year in Oshkosh, Wisconsin in late July. Whether you are looking to attend an interesting, informative and relevant conference or would like to exhibit or sponsor an event, let us know. More
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