The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) was founded in 1947 and represents over 10,000 aviation industry companies. It is a non-profit organisation, based in Washington, and provides a range of services to the business aviation community, including the NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, the world's largest civil aviation trade show
A nautical mile is the unit of measurement used by both sea and air navigators, which corresponds to one minute of latitude. It is universally considered to be 1852 metres, nearly 250 metres longer than a standard mile.
This is the process or science of accurately determining one's location, often when travelling in an aircraft, and being able to plot the route of a journey and then following this course. Excellent navigation skills are crucial to effectively flying an aircraft even if technology has been improving continuously since the arrival of GPS in the cockpit.
A NOTAM, or a Notice to Airmen, is a notice provided to an aviation authority by government agencies or airport operators with the intention of alerting pilots to any potential hazards that might affect their flight, thus playing an essential role in ensuring the safe passage of an aircraft. They serve to warn pilots of dangers along their flight path, such as air shows, military exercises, abnormal or extreme weather condition or even the passage of flocks of birds.
LunaJets is a flight broker and as such arranges carriage by air on behalf of its customers by chartering aircraft from third-party aircraft operators as agent of its customers. LunaJets only acts as an intermediary, does not itself operate aircraft and is not a contracting or an indirect carrier.