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NBAA2015 Coming Soon to Las Vegas: Have You Registered to Attend?

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Whether business aviation is your vocation or your avocation, you won't want to miss the year's biggest industry event – NBAA's Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA2015), Nov. 17 to 19, in Las Vegas, NV. You’ll want to be one of the expected 26,000 attendees to see what’s new in business aviation products, technology and services; network with peers; and attend one of the dozens of education sessions on the industry’s most critical issues. The show opens in about six weeks, so register today for NBAA2015.

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United States, Las Vegas , Las Vegas Convention Center.


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