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Minnesota Business Aviation Association

Next Meeting (October 21, 2014): NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition

Welcome to the New MBAA website

Published September 10, 2014

Thank you for your membership! The MBAA welcomes you to the new website. It is easier to navigate across all types of devices, faster to load, and has a quick glance "pinned" area for our next upcoming meeting. Please feel free to look around.  Read more

MBAA Board of Directors Meeting Notes 8-12-2014

Published August 26, 2014

As part of the new website design, we have the ability to post news to our homepage. Going forward we will be posting the Board of Directors meeting minutes, notes, and discussions will be posted here for you to review. Thank you for your support of the MBAA.  Read more

May 2014 Government Liaison Report

Published June 15, 2014

May 6 – Senate Capital Investment Committee hearing. The Brainerd airport project has been removed from the bonding bill and is included in a local tax initiative pending voter approval in November. The projects for the Thief River Falls, International Falls and Range Regional Airports are still included the bonding bill.  Read more

April 2014 Government Liaison Report

Published June 4, 2014

April 1 – House Capital Investment Committee hearing, better known as the Bonding Bill. Gordon attended the hearing to follow airport projects that have submitted requests for funding. Terminal projects for Range Regional Airport (Hibbing) $7 million, International Falls $3 million, wastewater infrastructure at Brainerd Airport $6.5 million, and at Thief River Falls Airport $750,000. The Thief River Falls Airport project is the only one not included in the House Bonding Bill. The bill was passed and sent to the House Ways and Means Committee.  Read more

March 2014 Government Liaison Report

Published June 4, 2014

March 4 – Joint Transportation Finance Committee met for their second joint hearing. Three Senate bills focusing on the Minneapolis/St Paul International airport were on the agenda.  Read more