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The Future of Business Aviation on Long Island Depends On You

The Long Island Business Aviation Association (LIBAA) is a not-for-profit organization that was incorporated in 2001 to act as a collective voice for the business aviation community on Long Island, and to assist its members in all aviation related matters. It is made up of a broad cross section of aviation related businesses and aircraft operators, and as an organization, stands ready to advance the cause of business aviation at all Long Island Airports. LIBAA has developed and grown from modest beginnings to become a respected and key part of the business aviation community – and aviation on Long Island as a whole. The Association is squarely focused on the development and management of safe, credible, efficient, and sustainable activity in our local area.

Upcoming Business Aviation Events

2018 NYAMA Advocacy Day

March 20 - March 21


March 28 at 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm

15th Annual LIBAA Golf Outing

May 23 at 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

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LIBAA is constantly working to ensure that aviation remains a safe, dependable, and credible form of transportation not only on Long Island, but throughout New York State.