The following publications are available, please contact NATA at (800) 808-6282
Chartering an Aircraft, a Consumer Guide
Provide your customers and potential clients with a tool to help them understand the benefits of on-demand air charter. The most flexible way to fly isn't the airlines, and may be far closer than the large international airport three hours from home. With the ability to fly in and out of more than 5,000 general aviation airports in the United States - more than 100 times that of the airlines - air charter provides the ability to take off and land within minutes of your final destination and to fly on your schedule. NATA's guide to Chartering an Aircraft provides information to help consumers select the right charter provider for the right price while insuring a safe and enjoyable flying experience. 
Community Relations Toolkit
NATA recognizes the need for airports to expand community outreach efforts to airport neighbors and key stakeholders. This handbook has been developed to provide a guideline for community relations efforts.

Guidelines On International Transport of Minors
Provides guidelines to operators who transport minors outside of the United States. The publication addresses several scenarios, including transporting minors with only one parent or legal guardian, minors alone or with neither parent or legal guardian, minors with a different last name, and minors with one deceased parent. 

Negotiating Aviation Agreements
The purpose of this guidebook is to serve as a resource for fixed base operators and specialized aviation service operations doing business at general aviation airports. It is not intended to provide legal or business advice but, instead, to identify and discuss certain legal, business, and insurance issues that arise in negotiating agreements to provide aeronautical services at airports. 


Risks of Illegal Charter

Outlines the dangers of illegal commercial operations. Describes the training, oversight, drug and alcohol testing, and other significant differences between legal charter operators certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and illegal operators. It also advises consumers how to determine if a charter operator is properly certified by the FAA. Visit