Florida Aviation Business Association
Serving the General Aviation and Business Aviation Community Since 1946

The Kissimmee Gateway Airport hereby requests, pursuant to the Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act, Florida Statutes 287.055, letters of interest from the architectural, engineering, environmental, and aviation planning firms or individuals desiring to render professional services for the following project.

Monday, 17 September 2012 15:22

GTCR Sweats Out A Win With Landmark Aviation

GTCR LLC has agreed to sell Landmark Aviation to The Carlyle Group for $625 million, which would generate a modest return after the Chicago-based firm shepherded the aviation services company through a recession that nearly crippled it and wiped out GTCR’s investment, Buyouts is reporting.

Captain Barrington Irving has challenged 30 students from Experience Aviation to build the world’s fastest kit car (Factory Five GTM)

Gary was a supporter of FATA and has regularly attended the Annual Conference.

Gary DSteele, 69, of Punta Gorda passed away Saturday, August 25, 2012. He was born September 13, 1942 in Swissvale, PA to William and Margaret (Warsing) SteeleGary served in the US Air Force during the Vietnam Era. He worked as the FBO Manager for Charlotte County Airport Authority.

Thank you for being a valued Florida Aviation Trades Association (FABA) member and giving the association the privilege of serving you.

National Air Transportation Association (NATA) Treasurer Marian Epps testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Small Business today on the detrimental impact of user fees. At the hearing titled “User Fees in the Aviation Industry: Turbulence Ahead,” Epps discussed the effects of the slower economy on small businesses supporting the aviation community and the impact the proposed user fee would have on these businesses in a time of recovery.

Piper Aircraft Inc., in conjunction with its worldwide dealer network, plans to conduct a heavy round of marketing activities and aircraft exhibitions for the remainder of the year.

We all have to pay taxes. It’s an inescapable fact of life. But how are our taxes used, and by whom? Taxes pay government salaries, fund projects, create infrastructure, and buy equipment. Taxes also pay for where government employees work, and for how they get around.

People often say they can tell how successful they are going to be in their day based on how it begins. The better it starts, the better it will end. Of course, the real question is how do you make your day start well?


For the 34th year, the FAA has reached out to aircraft owners and Part 135 operators to take the pulse of general aviation.


Thank you for being a valued Florida Aviation Trades Association (FABA) member and giving the association the privilege of serving you. 

As was presented at the FABA Annual Conference and Trade Show in Palm Beach, the association is undertaking a strategic planning initiative to help FATA improve and increase its value to its existing and prospective members

STUART — The Stuart Air Show is proud to announce that Sikorsky Aircraft will, for the second consecutive year, be the presenting sponsor of the 2012 Stuart Air Show. The event will be held on Nov. 10 and 11.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

9:00 am - 11:00 am

Landmark Aviation at Kendall-Tamiami Airport (KTMB)

Seeking Quality Inspector—Full Time—Miami, FL

CMA is recruiting for a Quality Inspector with experience in the aviation industry. 

Captain Barrington Irving has challenged 30 students from Experience Aviation to build the world's fastest kit car (Factory Five GTM). Working with one of the most challenging car kits on the market, they are assembling a car that their mentor, Captain Irving, will drive at speeds over 200 mph in a race with a fighter jet.

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