IBAC Announces International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH)
May 19, 2014

Geneva, 20 May 2014 – The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) and the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) will announce Wednesday, 21 May, in Geneva the creation of the International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH), a set of global industry best practices for business aviation ground handlers that features at its core a safety management system (SMS). The IS-BAH follows the long established structure of the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Program and incorporates the NATA Safety 1st Ground Audit Program. As one global industry code of best practices, IS-BAH will provide standardization to handlers and operators around the world to meet the coming SMS requirements from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).    See press release.

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Outreach in Asia: Agendas
April 3, 2014

 Presentation Downloads:

  • ASPAC Road Show: Rockwell Collins – Avionics Mandates and Solutions- PPT
  • ASPAC Road Show: Understanding ICAO & the Development and Sources of Mandates – PDF
  • ASPAC Road Show:  Current & Future Airborne Equipment Requirements – PDF
  • ICAO Regional Supplementary Procedures Excerpts from ICAO Doc.7030 by Region – PDF
  • ACAS II Version 7.1 Eurocontrol Mandate – PDF
  • Annex 6 Parts I & II & Annex 10 Compliance Dates – PDF

Meeting #1

Business Aviation Safety, Operations & Future

Requirements Workshop

Monday, April 14, 2014

Hilton Hotel Shanghai Hongqiao

Shanghai, China

12:00PM – 1:00PM Lunch and Network

1:00PM – 1:45PM Opening General Session

  • Ed Bolen, President & CEO, NBAA
  • Kurt Edwards, Director General, IBAC
  • AsBAA

1:45PM – 2:30PM Constant Safety Improvement

  • Metrojet – SMS sans frontières
  • Bombardier – Safety Culture

2:30PM – 3:00PM Cutting Through the Fog of International Standards:

Why ICAO is Relevant to You/Understanding ICAO and the Development and Sources of Mandates – IBAC

3:00PM – 3:20PM Coffee Break

3:20PM – 3:40PM Heads-up Display: Future Airborne Equipment Requirements – IBAC

3:40PM – 4:40PM Bringing BizAv Influence to Effect Global/Regional Requirements: Your Input Matters – IBAC, AsBAA

4:40PM – 5:00PM Closing Remarks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting #2

Business Aviation & International Equipage Requirements:

What You Need to Know to Keep Flying into the Future and

How You Can Shape Regulatory Developments

Presented by IBAC, AsBAA, NBAA

Singapore – 21 April 2014

Jakarta, Indonesia – 23 April 2014

Hong Kong – 25 April 2014

DETAILS ON VENUES & TIME SOON TO COME

  • Welcome and Introductions – IBAC, AsBAA, NBAA
    10 Minutes
  • About IBAC & the Member Associations – IBAC, AsBAA, Purpose & Programme for today’s event
    10 Minutes
  • Cutting Through the Fog of International Standards:
    Why ICAO is Relevant to You/Understanding ICAO and the Development and Sources of Mandates – IBAC
    30 Minutes
  • Q&A and discussion
    10 Minutes

Coffee Break and network 
30 Minutes    

  • Heads-up Display: Future Airborne Equipment
    Requirements
    60 Minutes
  • IBAC Q & A and discussion
    15 Minutes
  • Bringing BizAv Influence to Effect Global/Regional Requirements: Roles of IBAC, AsBAA, NBAA, operators
    20 Minutes
  • Q&A and discussion
    10 Minutes

Lunch or Break
60 Minutes

  • OEM (Airplanes & Avionics) Presentations
    15 Minutes/each
  1. These to cover current production forward fit
  2. Recent deliveries retrofit/upgrades
  3. Out of production retrofit/upgrades
  • Wrap up and thanks to sponsors
    5 Minutes
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IBAC Bulletins Posted
November 7, 2012

The attention of business aviation operators and flight crews is drawn to Bulletin B12-05 – “ICAO Establishes the ICAO Flight Plan 2012 Coordination Centre” recently posted on the IBAC website.

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Safety Brief 11 Issued
October 10, 2012

The 11th edition of the Business Aviation Safety Brief has been issued – you can find the PDF version here. Please contact IBAC should you wish to receive a printed copy.

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