CABAA is a grassroots organization formed by business aviation professionals for the purpose of offering our members relevant information, training, and networking experiences to enhance the quality and quantity of business aviation operations in the Chicagoland area.

  • CABAA is an invaluable local resource for training and education. Throughout the year we...
  • CABAA is dedicated to the interests of corporate aviation in the entire Chicago metro area.We...
  • CABAA provides unique aviation networking opportunities. Our annual golf outing has been...
  • Promoting business aviation to the next generation. CABAA actively reaches out and encourages...
  • We are a resource for ALL business aircraft operators. Our membership includes owners,...
CABAA is an invaluable local resource for training and education. Throughout the year we sponsor numerous continuing education activities to keep our members abreast of the latest developments in our industry.
CABAA is dedicated to the interests of corporate aviation in the entire Chicago metro area.We are actively engaged in all aspects of the corporate aviation arena. These interests include legislation, logistics, safety and public outreach.
CABAA provides unique aviation networking opportunities. Our annual golf outing has been enormously successful and is "must do" event every summer. Our monthly meetings are prime opportunities to meet and greet others with a shared passion for business aviation.
Promoting business aviation to the next generation. CABAA actively reaches out and encourages students enrolled in aviation programs at the high school and college levels. We are enormously proud of the scholarship awards that we present to outstanding students every year.
We are a resource for ALL business aircraft operators. Our membership includes owners, operators, flight crew, administrative, sales and students.
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Lewis University Mentoring Session

Sign up Today!  To register email Bill Brogan at Lewis University with your area of expertise if you would like to help mentor the students or attend.  For more information go to www.lewisu.edu.  To RSVP please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Lewis University
One University Parkway
Romeoville, IL 60446
815-838-0500
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The Chicago Area Business Aviaiton Association (CABAA) will co-host their monthly meeting on September 19, 2014 at Lewis University. (KLOT)  THe meeting will be in the University dining room (UDR) from 11:00 to 2:00.  This will be the 6th annual CABAA mentoring event at Lewis University.  The students really enjoy and appreciate the opportunity to meet with aviation professionals currently in the industry.  The exposure to the professionals has led to job opportunities, scholarship opportunities and an outstanding educational experience for the aviation students.  The students will remember this interaction with the CABAA members thru out their professional careers.  Many of the avation graduates from Lewis University become members of CABAA.  This very exciting day is a true benefit for the professionals and the avation students.  

This year's keynote speaker will be Mark Jackson Director/Chief Pilot for Executive Flight Operations for Boeing.  Mark is a CABAA Board member and has long term supporter of avation programs at Lewis University and Southern Illinois University.  Please take time out of your busy schedule and come mentor for the future aviators of tomorrow.

To be a mentor or come to the event, please email Bill Brogan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration

NOAA

 

 

"ALL THE THINGS THAT YOU DON'T KNOW ABOUT WEATHER THAT YOU THOUGHT YOU DID"

SAVE THE DATE!  October 10, 2014 - 11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Registration coming soon!

DuPage Airport
2700 International Drive
West Chicago, IL 60185

The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) will be here for our next CABAA meeting on October 10, 2014 to give you the inside scoop about the weather and also to let you know where all that information, that you depend on so much in and out of the cockpit comes from.  Do you know all the things that the NOAA is involved in?  Do you know where that XM weather comes from and how old it is?  Come and find out and bring your weather questions.

Location: TBD.  More information to follow.
For more information about NOAA go to www.noaa.gov

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