“Striving For Better”
The Fourth Annual Cincinnati Business Aviation Symposium (#2018CBAS) will take place on Thursday September 20, 2018 at NKU Griffin Hall Digitorium. You can keep up to date with CBAS by searching #2018CBAS on Twitter.
The purpose of each CBAS event is to:
– Bring together the leading business aviation companies and flight departments from the tri-state area centered on Cincinnati. This includes the metro area of Cincinnati, Dayton, Lexington and Louisville.
– Present the most current and relevant topics that affect us all.
– Provide an opportunity to network and work together to build a stronger local business aviation community.
The agenda for #2018CBAS is subject to time changes.
The Speaker Lineup
|Session time & topic||Speaker|
|0830-0900 – Registration & Breakfast|
|0900-0905 – Welcome to CBAS 2018||Reynolds Jet|
|0905-0950 – Session 1: Disrupting an Industry
||Kenny Dichter | Founder & CEO | Wheels Up|
|0950-1035 – Session 2: Higher Training Standards
||Mark Valette | Aviation Safety Inspector | FAA|
|1035-1100 – Power Break & Networking Opportunities|
|1100-1215 – Session 3: Whats on Your Mind?||Reynolds Jet Led Audience Interaction|
|1215-1310 – Catered Lunch|
|1310-1355 – Session 4: Illegal Charter Operations||Tim Obitts | EVP of Operations and Business, General Counsel | NATA|
|1355-1440 – Session 5: Safety Protocols for New Aircraft Certification||Tom Hilpert | Director, Program Management Global 7500/8000 | Bombardier Business Aircraft|
|1440-1510 – Power Break & Networking Opportunities|
|1510-1610 – Session 6: Helping Small Flight Departments||David Keys | Small Flight Department Committee Chairman | NBAA|
|1610-1625 – The Reynolds Jet Difference Maker Award||Tom Edwards | Professor and Aviation Consultant | Northern Kentucky University|
|1625-1630 – Closing: CBAS2019 & Other Opportunities||Reynolds Jet|
|Networking Opportunities & Close|