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Registration is open for the annual JETNET iQ Summit, a gathering of business aviation executives and operators aimed at sharing insights for taking on the industry’s many challenges.

The summit is an opportunity for participants to have an exclusive, inside look at business aviation through the experiences and observations of industry professionals, including sales and marketing executives, brokers, consultants, analysts, and others. 

This year’s meeting—the 11th edition—takes place during a particularly exciting time in the industry, when high demand for business aviation is meeting head-on with conflicts ranging from supply chain and personnel shortages to international tension.

The event runs September 15 to 16 at the New York Marriott Marquis in Times Square and includes a long list of attendees representing a “Who’s Who” of business aviation, JETNET says.

Among the program’s highlights is the Leadership Perspectives panel, moderated by Don Dwyer, a managing partner of aircraft brokerage, appraisal, and consulting firm Guardian Jet. Panelists include: Thierry Betbeze, CEO of Dassault Falcon Jet; Michael Amalfitano, president and CEO of Embraer Executive Jets; and Ron Draper, president and CEO of Textron Aviation Inc. (NYSE: TXT).

“The panel will cover strategies for dealing with hyper-demand, talent and supply chain challenges, inflation, world events affecting business aviation and leaders of all organizations, and more,” JETNET says.

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