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Independent Falcon Aircraft Operators Association to host its first annual meeting

The Independent Falcon Aircraft Operators Association (IFAOA), has announced its first annual meeting to be held on Nov. 9 and 10, 2022, at Dallas Love Field. The meeting will feature technical presentations, vendor displays and social events.

The IFAOA was founded by Dallas-based aviation entrepreneur Sean Lynch to create a community for Falcon aircraft owners and operators.

With well over 100 members to date, the IFAOA is focused on sharing experiences and providing resources to keep the fleet operating economically for many years to come.

IFAOA members operate Falcon 10s, 20s, 50s, 900s, 2000s and a 7X.

At its first annual meeting, IFAOA will offer a program of technical and social content with a goal of building community.

Presentations include fleet advocacy (maintaining effective dialogue between the manufacturer and vendors who support the aircraft), avionics and Wi-Fi solutions, buying and selling aircraft, ownership and maintenance cost management, paint and interior options, and best practices between operators.

“We’re excited to welcome owners, operators, directors of operations, directors of maintenance, pilots, technicians and vendors for discussion and fellowship,” said Sean Lynch, group organizer.

“Falcon flyers are particularly passionate about their aircraft so we’re looking forward to a really engaging event.”

The event begins with a reception and dinner at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at 5 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 9.

The technical sessions also will be hosted at the Frontiers of Flight Museum the following day, Nov. 10, from 8:30 – 3:30 pm.

Multiple aircraft will be flying in for the event, and owners will have the opportunity to have them videoed on departure.