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  • For a second year, NAAA spreads the good word of ag aviation at EAA’s AirVenture 20170

    source: NAAA The Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) annual AirVenture held in Oshkosh, Wis., July 24–30, was truly the “world’s greatest aviation celebration,” and they had a record attendance of 590,000 to prove it. Among those were NAAA representatives who met with hundreds of attendees. More than 10,000 airplanes attended this year’s event, as well as

  • Pilot Safety Videos Available on Demand on NAAA Website0

    NAAREF, NAAA’s sister organization, has produced several high-quality educational, safety and training videos over the years. Typically, the videos aired at a specific PAASS Program or safety session at NAAA’s convention, and usually that was that. People who were unable to attend those functions were unable to take advantage of the material presented. No longer.

  • Donate your GPS data to keep ag pilots safe from UAVs0

    NAAA sanctions Mississippi State flight research team’s efforts to enhance low-altitude flight safety Currently, there’s no economically feasible way to completely protect pilots from UAVs. But NAAA is constantly working to do so. Now, we need the help of our operator readers to potentially protect your pilots from unmanned aerial vehicles. In 2016, NAAA began

  • The Value of NAAA Membership? Huge0

    • NAAA
    • February 3, 2017

    All new and renewing members in 2017 will receive a DVD of NAAA’s 50th anniversary documentary This past year—NAAA’s 50th anniversary—represents another year in which the association has further strengthened the agricultural aviation industry. NAAA was instrumental in urging Congress to enact legislation requiring marking and a federal database for towers under 200 feet. This