Wisconsin Association of Business Aircraft Owners Expands Membership

WISCONSIN DELLS, WIS. – Realizing that the vast majority of all aircraft are used for business to some extent, the Wisconsin Business Aviation Association (WBAA) has expanded its membership base to include all aircraft owners who utilize their aircraft for business purposes. Up to now, members have consisted primarily of corporate jet owners. There is now a two-tier dues structure: $300.00 for owners of turboprop aircraft, and $150.00 for piston aircraft owners. WBAA represents the interests of all business aircraft owners before state government, and promotes the use of aircraft for business purposes. WBAA is a cosponsor of the Wisconsin Aviation Conference held each spring, and holds an annual golf outing to raise funds for a scholarship intended to encourage new entrants into the business aircraft community. For additional information, contact Matt Dean at mdean@battenairport.aero, or call 262-631-5620. The decision to expand is membership base was made during WBAA’s annual membership meeting during the Wisconsin Aviation Conference in Wisconsin Dells.

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