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2011 Air Charter Summit

Posted on Wed, May 18, 2011

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The Only Conference For Part 135 Operators Covering Todays Most Important Issues
Monday, June 6

National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center Tour (optional)

Welcome Reception

Tuesday, June 7

Welcome James K. Coyne, NATA

FAA Regulatory Review
FAA Representatives directly responsible for Part 135 oversight will provide attendees with updates on current initiatives, including flight and duty time requirements, actions to publish the Part 135 ARC proposals, safety management system implementation and much more.

Most Frequently Issued FAA Part 135 Violations
Joe Conte, FAA
Moderated by: Paul Lange, Law Offices of Paul A. Lange
FAA Chief Counsel Office representatives address the most common violations involving Part 135 operations.

Open Forum With The FAA Part 135 Branch
Attention Operators! Come to this session prepared with your questions on Part 135 issues and engage in an open forum with FAA staff members from the Part 135 on-demand branch. These FAA representatives are directly responsible for the management of Part 135 issues within the FAA. They will let you know about current projects that will impact your operations, take your questions, and provide you with the information you need.

TSA Update
TSA representatives responsible for general aviation security, including the Twelve-Five Standard Security Program, will provide the latest security developments affecting the charter community including an update on the Large Aircraft Security Program proposed rule.

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Twelve-Five Standard Security Program Session
(TFSSP Operators Only)
TSA TFSSP Principal Security Supervisors will review the latest program updates and address operator questions.

Reception/Dinner with Special Guest Speaker
David Feherty, CBS Sports Broadcaster
One of the most charismatic players in golf, David Feherty joined CBS Sports full time in 1997. He serves as an on-course reporter for the majority of CBS's golf tournaments and as an analyst for the Masters and the PGA Championship

Wednesday, June 8

Alleviating Part 135 Audit Confusion
James C. Christiansen, Hawker Beechcraft Corporation
As the Part 135 community becomes saturated with a variety of different audits for operators, learn more about the various audit standards and what the future holds for the on-demand air charter industry

Bankruptcy Has Its Clawbacks
During the last few years' difficult economy several brokers and charter operators have failed. Much to the surprise of many operators, payments made in the final days of that business, including payments for charter flights, can sometimes be reclaimed during bankruptcy proceedings. These so-called clawbacks are authorized in the bankruptcy laws and are intended to ensure that all of the failed company's debtors have a fair shot at any remaining assets. How can you protect your business if a customer's business fails and you're asked to give back tens of thousands of dollars? Can you fight a clawback? What are your rights during these proceedings?

Charter Broker Guidance Session 
Dayton Lehman, DOT
Lori Edwards, Jackson & Wade, LLC
Love them or hate them, brokers are part of nearly every air charter operator's business. In this session, you'll hear about recent DOT enforcement actions and possible new regulations that could impact both operators and brokers. You will also learn practical steps to take when working with brokers to help protect your business.

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