The Wisconsin Business Aviation Association (WBAA), is a non-profit business association founded in June 2000 to represent and advance the interests of the Wisconsin business aviation community. The Association presents the benefits of business aviation as a principal advocate and voice for business aviation before state and local governments, the public and the media.
WBAA's Statement of Purpose
To be Wisconsin’s recognized force for promoting the improvement and advancement of business aviation, aviation infra-structure, safety, and public acceptance of business aviation
WBAA is intended to be a primary representative of business aviation at State and local levels of government, before the public and to the media. WBAA intends to be Proactive in its approach to legislative and regulatory matters and will strive to maintain a solid working relationships with governmental branches and agencies. WBAA will keep its Members informed of issues related to business aviation through its newsletters, E-mail and website.
WBAA is a resource to Wisconsin business aviation interests, airport commissions, county and city development departments and land use commissions, Smart Growth advocates and for WBAA members. Steve Rehwinkel
As a Network, WBAA provides a variety of ways for its Members to interact and exchange information. WBAA's World Wide Web site offers instant information and the opportunity to exchange the latest news related to WBAA and business aviation issues in Wisconsin. Membership Application
Important Business Aviation Issues:
1. Alternative Revenue Options to fund future airport improvements.
2. State and Federal Airport Funding.
3. Runway Safety and Capacity Projects.
4. Airport Perimeter Deer Fencing.
5. Runway Approach Protection.
6. Land Use Compatibility Around Airports.
7. Public and Legislative Education Programs to make communities and decision makers aware of the value of Business Aviation to Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Business Aviation Association
3239 N Green Bay Road
Racine, WI 53404