NBAA Annual ConventionOrlando, FL
Charter a Private Jet to the NBAA Annual Convention
The 2023 NBAA Business and Aviation Convention and Exhibition will be held Oct. 18 – Oct. 20 at the Orange County Convention Center on the Orlando Executive Airport, Orlando, Florida.
Register online at nbaa.org or on-site.
We Can Get You There
If you are planning to attend an Orlando convention (even-numbered years), Paramount can fly you into any airport near the Orange County Convention Center including:
- Kissimmee Gateway Airport, KISM, ISM, Orlando, United States (9 miles)
- Orlando International Airport, KMCO, MCO, Orlando, United States (9 miles)
- Orlando Executive Airport, KORL, ORL, Orlando, United States (12 miles)
- Orlando Apopka Airport, KX04, X04, Apopka, United States (21 miles)
- Lake X Airport, 57FA, 57FA, St Cloud, United States (26 miles)
- Worlds Greatest Aircraft Collection Airport, FA08, FA08, Polk City, United States (27 miles)
- Orlando Sanford Airport, KSFB, SFB, Sanford, United States (28 miles)
- Devils Garden Strip Airport, FA18, FA18, La Belle, United States (29 miles)
- Grass Roots Airpark Airport, 06FD, 06FD, Mascotte, United States (30 miles)
- Winter Haven's Gilbert Airport, KGIF, GIF, Winter Haven, United States (30 miles)
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About the NBAA Annual Convention
Business aviation is no longer a luxury of the rich and famous. In an increasingly global economy, it’s becoming a necessity for many smaller businesses.
Every year, business aviation experts gather for the National Business Aviation Association’s convention, which alternates each year between Las Vegas and Orlando.
In what has become one of the Top 10 trade shows in the United States, some 26,000 owners, operators, manufacturers, and customers convene to do business, buy aircraft, share secrets and plan for the year ahead.
There are more than 1,000 exhibits, dozens of special break-out sessions and 100 aircraft on display.
Every year, there are special education breakout sessions put on by specialties in their field. Topics include subjects such as:
- Maintenance and operations
- International operations for the first-time operator
- Loss of control and upset recovery training
- Benchmarking and metrics costs for business aviation
- Small operators
- Tax management
- Detect and avoid technology
Business aviation is a growing business
According to the NBAA:
- Business aviation supports 1.2 million stable, high-wage jobs.
- Business aviation is a lifeline for thousands of communities. There are more than 5,000 public use airports in the U.S. but only about 500 of them have commercial airline service. Travelers in mid-size cities, where airports have been abandoned by commercial airline companies, are increasingly relying on business aviation for flights.
- The vast majority of companies who rely on business aviation are small- and medium-size companies.
- Business jets are not just for company executives. Seventy-four percent of trips are taken by sales, technical, and middle management employees.
- America leads the world in manufacturing, with half the general aviation airplanes made in the United States being exported.
There are all kinds of business aircraft, propeller and jet, plane and helicopter. Planes range from those that are not much bigger than a car and have to stop to refuel every few hundred miles to luxurious 12-seat jets that can make non-stop international flights. Most are somewhere in between, seating six passengers with a need to refuel every 1,000 miles or so. They either fly above – 40,000 feet – commercial aircraft or below – 20,000 feet.