Facilitate the Future of Aviation Manufacturing
The U.S. Congress needs to pass aircraft certification reform legislation this year to support innovation and job growth, facilitate exports, and strengthen the health of general aviation, which provides $219 billion in economic output annually.
GAMA at AERO Friedrichshafen 2017
GAMA hosted its annual press luncheon, along with joining EASA for a press announcement about the CS-23 final rule. Learn more, under "News & Events".
CS-23 Rule Finalized
GAMA Board members joined EASA Certification Director Trevor Woods as he announced the finalization of the new rule dramatically improving how easily new safety technologies and products can be developed and made available.
GAMA Chairman Simon Caldecott and GAMA President and CEO Pete Bunce unveiled the industry's 2016 numbers at the Annual Industry Review in February.
New Part 23 Rule Finalized
GAMA Board members joined U.S. FAA Administrator Michael Huerta as he announced the finalization of the new rule for certifying light general aviation aircraft.
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) exists to foster and advance the general welfare, safety, interests, and activities of the global business and general aviation industry. This includes promoting a better understanding of general aviation manufacturing, maintenance, repair, and overhaul and the important role these industry segments play in economic growth and opportunity, and in serving the critical transportation needs of communities, companies, and individuals worldwide.
James Wynbrandt of AIN Online covers remarks by GAMA President and CEO Pete Bunce at the 2017 European Business Aviation…
Aviation Pros reports on GAMA Board Member and Hartzell Propeller President Joe Brown’s testimony before the U.S. Congress on the…
GA Facts & Statistics
- In the U.S., General Aviation flies almost 23 million hours, of which two-thirds are for business purposes.
- General Aviation supports $219 billion in total economic output and 1.1 million total jobs in the United States.