NBAA and a unified partnership of stakeholder organizations across the business aviation industry have published the new CLIMBING. FAST. Insider’s Guide, providing details about how the multimedia advocacy campaign is highlighting the industry’s leadership in aviation sustainability, and explaining how supporters can take part in the new program.

The free advocacy resource was introduced recently at NBAA’s Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum at Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport (OPF). The resource is also available on the campaign’s website.

“Inside these pages, you’ll learn what the campaign is doing to showcase business aviation’s sustainability leadership and learn more about how you can join the conversation,” the CLIMBING. FAST. partners said in the magazine’s welcome message.

CLIMBING. FAST. is aimed at coordinating and elevating a message about the societal benefits of business aviation and the game-changing technologies that are fostering business aviation sustainability on the ground and in the air – all supporting an industry commitment to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

The guide serves as a tool for anyone in the industry who would like to be part of the CLIMBING. FAST. story about the innovations, in all parts of the industry, for curbing emissions. The resource curates in one place an array of valuable information from the campaign website, including infographics that are sharable on social media and stories about operators that are demonstrating sustainability in action.

The CLIMBING. FAST. Insider’s Guide also includes:

  • Handy “quick facts” and data points about industry’s successes, as well as information about how to download them and share them online.
  • A feature story outlining details about the campaign, including why every voice is critical and how to get involved.
  • A vignette showing how operators are already increasing overall sustainability toward reaching net zero, and details about a web resource where readers can share what they’ve learned on their journey to net zero.
  • A section detailing a host of information and engagement resources on the website.
  • Headlines from prominent news organizations welcoming the campaign and its goals for increased sustainability and reaching net-zero emissions.

In addition to the 2024 NBAA Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum, the guide will be available at meetings and events put on by local business aviation organizations, student groups and at other venues.

The CLIMBING. FAST. partners include The Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA), Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), Helicopter Association International (HAI), International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA), International Business Aviation Council (IBAC), National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA), National Air Transportation Association (NATA), NBAA and Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA).

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