The Sixth Annual Aviation Leadership Breakfast will be hosted at NBAA 2012 on October 30, 2012 at the Orange County Convention Center South Side Rooms S210 A and B. The breakfast will feature guest speaker, American Airlines Pilot, First Officer Steve Scheibner, who was scheduled to fly Flight 11, the first plane to fly into the World Trade Center, on September 11th. Steve will share his first-hand account of how he was bumped from the flight and how the events of the day unfolded.

The event is open to all aviation professionals as well as friends and supports or the corporate aviation industry who wants to take part of a stimulating and positive way to start of NBAA 2012.

Sponsors for this event included West Star Aviation, Corporate Concepts International, Inc., Bank of America/ Merrill Lynch, Fafinski Mark & Johnson, P.A., and other aviation firms.

The event is designed for those who wish to “put back into the industry” by providing a leadership series for tomorrow’s leaders. To learn more about the annual Breakfast series, or to register to attend, visit

First Officer Steve Scheibner will be an excellent addition to the tradition of inspiring speakers, as his extraordinary story is sure to have an impact on all those in attendance.  Past speakers for the breakfast have included: Captain Scott O’Grady, Air Force Fighter Pilot; Chad Hennings, Fighter Pilot and Superbowl Champion; Dan Cathy, President and Chief Operating Officer of Chick-fil-A; Franklin Graham, President of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association; and Captain Jim Tucker, Survivor and Hero of the 1994  FedEx hijacking, and Bryon Moss, retired Chairman of Gulfstream Aerospace.

The annual attendees from every facet of corporation aviation and from multiple countries find the annual Aviation Leadership Breakfast an effective time for networking and fellowship for aviation professionals, as well as an opportunity to learn from some of the most dynamic and experienced leaders in our business aviation industry.

Sixth Annual Leadership Breakfast

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