The NBAA (The National Business Aviation Association) held its regional forum at the Miami Opa Locka Executive Airport and had higher attendance than previously predicted.
More than 2,200 people registered to attend the National Business Aviation Association’s regional forum on Feb. 2 at the Miami Opa Locka Executive Airport. The forum also drew more than 130 exhibitors and 15 aircraft on static display.
Being the first in-person event of 2022, organizers had expected 1,500 to1,800 attendees, however, by showtime, more than 2,200 had registered for the event. CEO and president of NBAA, Ed Bolen says that the better than expected attendance is a sign of exuberance in business aviation. Click here to view the photo gallery and learn more about the event.
Original article published on aviationweek.com