Association Asks For Feedback On Illegal Charter

The National Air Transportation Association is reaching out to the business aviation industry to collect information on illegal charter activity. As part of its Fly Smarter: Avoid Illegal Charter campaign, NATA has issued the survey to build data and get feedback on how illegal charter is affecting the industry. 

Results of the survey, which NATA says takes five to 10 minutes to fill out, will be used to form strategies in advocacy efforts. Responses will remain anonymous, the association added. “By working together as an industry, we will be able to put an end to illegal charter and the detrimental impacts it has on our industry,” NATA said.

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The association has developed a website to provide tools and educational resources to help both the industry and the public avoid illegal charter. The website provides an ability to check illegal charters, report suspicious activity, and learn about ongoing initiatives.