NATA Leadership Conference

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Washington, D.C., Monday hosted NATA's annual aviation business roundtable, which included a roster of speakers ranging from Michael Chertoff, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, to Acting Administrator Robert A. Sturgell, to the Vice President's wife, Lynne Cheney. Other speakers on the roster were Nicholas Sabatini, Associate Administrator of Safety at the FAA, and Rudy Guiliani, the Republican presidential candidate. The group targeted issues ranging from security to fuel prices, user fees, taxes and the environment with a goal of educating industry leaders on the latest issues affecting their business.