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Second of two galleries of photos from NBAA 2000.

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First of two galleries of photos from NBAA 2000.

Special Report: NBAA ’99

Last week's 52nd Annual Meeting and Convention of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) was about as good as it gets: Almost 30,000 of the business and corporate aviation faithful gathered in Atlanta for three solid days of meetings, seminars, press conferences and - oh yeah - exhibits of the latest and greatest goods, services and flying hardware. This year's theme - Business Aircraft Utilization Strategies - built on the foundation laid by a glossy 48-page brochure produced by the NBAA and including the results of a survey by J.D. Power and Associates of companies in the U.S. operating business (read turbine) aircraft.

Special Report: NBAA ’99 Image Gallery

Last week's 52nd Annual Meeting and Convention of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) was about as good as it gets: Almost 30,000 of the business and corporate aviation faithful gathered in Atlanta for three solid days of meetings, seminars, press conferences and - oh yeah - exhibits of the latest and greatest goods, services and flying hardware. This year's theme - Business Aircraft Utilization Strategies - built on the foundation laid by a glossy 48-page brochure produced by the NBAA and including the results of a survey by J.D. Power and Associates of companies in the U.S. operating business (read turbine) aircraft.

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