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NBAA plans to resume its live one-day regional forums in 2021, starting with the Northeastern event, to be held on June 9, at the Million Air FBO at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, NY.

Bizav Association Plans First Post-COVID In-Person Forum

The National Business Aviation Association will host an event in the Northeast U.S. in June 2021.

Amid organizations continuing to move their events online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the National Business Aviation Association recently announced that it will resume its on-location regional forums next year, starting in the Northeast U.S. That forum, slated for June 9, will take place once again at the Million Air FBO at New York City–area business aviation hub Westchester County Airport (HPN).

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The Westchester County, New York, facility has fireplaces, luxurious furnishings, a golf simulator, and a Starbucks.

“NBAA is excited to bring the regional forum platform back in 2021, with the White Plains event,” said Dina Green, the organization’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.”

Typical information sessions include updates to tax and regulatory changes, as well as safety programming and workforce development.

Green added that the annual Northeastern regional forum, which was canceled this year due to the coronavirus crisis, is normally one of the most well-attended events in the NBAA’s calendar, attracting approximately 150 indoor exhibitors, dozens of static-display aircraft, and 2,000 attendees. The Northeast forum has been held for the past several years at HPN, and Green noted that the area represents a significant business aviation market.

“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,” she concluded.