Welcome to the GWBAA
The Greater Washington Business Aviation Association is a professional association that advances the safety and education of pilots, maintenance technicians, management, schedulers and dispatchers and ground support.
Founded in 2005 and based at Ronald Reagan National Airport, GWBAA membership provides opportunities for ongoing learning and professional networking. The organization promotes the public welfare by educating members and industry about issues concerning aircraft maintenance and management operations. Our mission is to represent and support the business aviation community in the Greater Washington area.
Please join NBAA in contacting Congress and urging them to reject
user fees for general aviation.
Join Us at GWBAA
Our mission is to represent and support the business aviation community in the Greater Washington area. We accomplish this through educating our members on issues regarding regulations, safety and technology, by providing an exchange of information through safety seminars, social gatherings, fundraisers and monthly newsletters.
As always, GWBAA welcomes new ideas and new board members – and in particular individuals interested in serving as its Operations and Safety Chair and/or helping to organize the annual safety standdown.
For information, please contact GWBAA President Greg Kinsella, firstname.lastname@example.org.
GWBAA Safety Standdown
Many thanks to all who attended our tenth annual safety standdown, which was held at the NTSB Training Center in Ashburn, Virginia on May 5. GWBAA also thanks our keynote speaker, Robert Agostino; our other speakers; and our sponsors, listed below.
Additionally, many of our speakers kindly have made available copies of their presentations:
FAA Reauthorization Update
NBAA has issued a call to action, urging members to express their support for the Senate version of the FAA reauthorization bill, S.2658, which includes many of the reforms that general aviation has been promoting, but does not propose to privatize the air traffic system and fund it with user fees, which NBAA and other GA groups have opposed. To contact your member of Congress about this issue, please visit https://www.nbaa.org/advocacy/contact/?ISSUE=nbaa0094.