NATA Award For Aviation Journalism

NATA Recognizes Aviation Journalism Excellence

NATA is extremely pleased to recognize a journalist, writer or publication that excels in consumer education or editorial support that is beneficial to the FBO/Air Charter industry.

Past Recipients:

2013 - Ric Peri, vice president of government and industry affairs, Aircraft Electronics Association
2012 - Curt Epstein, staff editor, Aviation Internation News (AIN)
2011 - Ronald Donner, editor, Aircraft Maintenance Technology Magazine
2010 - Jeff Burger, Business Jet Traveller
2009 - AINalerts
2008 - William Garvey, editor-in-chief, Business & Commercial Aviation
2007 – Matt Thurber, senior editor, Aviation International News
2006 – Robert Hager, Correspondent, NBC
2005 – David Esler, Business & Commercial Aviation
2004 – Kerry Lynch, The Weekly of Business Aviation
2003 – Robert F. Harrison, The Register-Mail
2002 – Edward H. Phillips, Southwest Bureau Chief, Aviation Week & Space Technology Magazine
2001 – Richard Aarons, safety editor, Business & Commercial Aviation
2000 – Chris Sorenson
1999 – Professional Pilot
1998 – Avweb News Wire
1997 – Inside FAA
1996 –
1995 – Aviation Maintenance Technology Magazine
1994 – David Collogan, editor, The Weekly of Business Aviation
1993 –
1992 – Greg Napert, editor, Aircraft Technician magazine
1991 – Gary S. Worden, founder and publisher – Flight Training magazine
1990 – Todd J. Huvard, founder and publisher – The Southern Aviator
1990 – John Infanger, editorial director – FBO magazine
1989 – J. Sheldon “Torch” Lewis – Business & Commercial Aviation magazine
1989 – Babette Andre, founder, Wings West magazine
1988 – Charles E. Spence, reporter and feature Writer, Western Flyer
1987 – Sherman P. Booen, publisher and founder, The Minnesota Flyer magazine
1987 – Gordon A. Gilbert, senior staff editor, Business & Commercial Aviation magazine