NAAA Open for Business During COVID Disruption

With the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we find ourselves in a time of uncertainty across the nation and the globe. Please know that NAAA is here to serve and support you! 
 
NAAA staff continues to work during the normal business hours of 8:30 – 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, albeit through a remote office as most staff are working from home. We may not be available to answer the main office phone immediately, but our voicemail system will direct you to the staff person you're trying to reach. If you don't reach them immediately, please leave a message and we'll get right back to you.  You can also email information@agaviation.org and someone will be back in touch with you.
 
As you know, COVID-19 is highly contagious. NAAA strongly suggests developing a set of precautions at your operation. In addition to washing your hands regularly, continually wipe down the inside of your aircraft/helicopter before and after use, office equipment, desks, phones, computers, any handles, etc. For further information on COVID-19 and how to protect your business and family, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov.
 
All NAAA programming continues to proceed as is. We are still planning for our October 8-10, 2020 Board Meeting in Knoxville, TN and our December 7-10, 2020 Ag Aviation Expo in Savannah. Our eNewsletter, Fly Safe Messages, the Agricultural Aviation magazine and our 2020 NAAA Membership Directory should see no disruption at this time and we continue to be active on social media. 
 
NAAA has been serving the aerial application industry for 54 years and we'll continue to do so. We understand that some people are experiencing an uneasiness during these uncertain times. That is understandable. Yet, always remember, we all are strong when we operate from that part of our essence that is good, positive and courageous. It is in everyone's core. And it is at this time when we must and will operate from that place, endure and be stronger from it.
 
God bless,
 
Andrew D. Moore 
NAAA Chief Executive Officer