Representatives from top aircraft manufacturers and charter flight, fractional ownership and air cargo companies were on hand at the expo. They discussed ways aviation can improve productivity and profitability, as well as help solve some of their air travel problems. Some of Michigan’s best aviation experts were there to discuss the advantages of business aviation. Executives had the opportunity to tour modern jet aircraft and the aviation businesses at the airport. In addition, there were four business aviation breakout sessions covering how to get started with business aviation, how to operate a corporate flight department, the ins-and-outs of aircraft transactions, and a Federal Aviation Administration medical certification update.
Michigan Business Aviation Association
The Michigan Business Aviation Association links businesses and individuals with the common interest of working towards the preservation and development of an effective air transportation system in the state of Michigan. It is dedicated to the promotion and advocacy of the impact of air travel on Michigan's economy and ensuring sufficient funding to preserve, develop, and assure safety at Michigan airports.
Oakland County International Airport, Waterford Michigan
Oakland County connects business travelers with destinations around the world as Michigan's second busiest airport, it helps local to prosper with a $175 million impact on the region. Its modern facilities include the first LEED-gold certified general aviation airport terminal in the United States.