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Flightworx is attending the 2023 NBAA International Operators Conference

Flightworx will be attending the important NBAA International Operators Conference (IOC) in mid-February 2023. This promises to be a wide-ranging and informative event for the whole general aviation industry, looking at the latest developments around the world and sharing real-life experiences. Two of Flightworx’s key leaders will be at the conference and are planning for some interesting discussions.

NBAA and the IOC event

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is the leading organisation for any business that uses general aviation aircraft. The association is based in Washington DC, USA, but serves the general aviation sector globally. The NBAA keeps its members informed about issues and developments in the industry and works with government bodies and other decision makers to represent interests.

As part of its industry representation, the NBAA organises several events to bring together experts and participants. After restrictions during COVID, these important events are now fully back on the calendar. The next major event is the International Operators Conference (IOC). This will be held from February 13th to 15th in Austin, Texas.

Comprehensive general aviation content

The IOC features three days of presentations, workshops, and industry networking. This covers numerous operational and regulatory areas, as well as real-life teaching and examples of emergency situation handling.

Focus topics include flight planning and logistics, weather, latest regulatory changes, customs issues, oceanic ATC, sustainability issues, and emergency response planning. There are also regional based briefings and discussions, where the main current challenges affecting planning and operations in each area are looked at.

Flightworx at the IOC

UK-based Flightworx has confirmed its attendance at the conference. As a leading flight support company focussed on bespoke and personal services, they have a great deal to contribute. Flightworx works with clients internationally, offering around the clock support for flight planning, permits, ground handlingfuel sourcing, and documentation management.

Two key members of the Flightworx team will be available at IOC to discuss services with any interested attendees:

John Davey- Manager of Travelworx

Travelworx is the business travel management division of Flightworx. This can assist with the travel planning and logistics of corporate travellers, flight crews and pilots worldwide. The team can work in any region, and with any type of service required – including flight booking and support, transportation, accommodation, catering support, and visa arrangements. John leads a highly experienced team and is a veteran of the industry – with over 25 years’ experience.

Lewis Holbrook – Planning Manager and permit expert

Lewis has 12 years experience in the industry and currently leads Flightworx’s 24/7 permit team. They source more than 1,000 permits every month and can assist with all types of permits including foreign air operator certificates (FAOC) and licences, Traffic rights, TCO permits, permits to fly and special flight authorisations.

Are you planning to attend IOC 2023 in Texas? Feel free to reach out and get in touch with Flightworx attendees before or during the event. 


If you are struggling with flight support or any of its complexities, feel free to contact our team today for more information.

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