Flight Training Committee
The purpose of the Flight Training Committee is to assist member flight- training organizations in improving their operations in five areas: safety and security, customer satisfaction, competitiveness, quality of training, viability and profitability. The committee also monitors regulatory issues, influences regulatory changes and engages in defining the future of flight training.
The Flight Training Committee has several subcommittees. The Regulatory Subcommittee oversees complex and high-performance rules, security, FAQs, Part 60 and Part 129. The Safety and Security Subcommittee takes care of quality of training, recurrent training and Wings/ARS TSA guidelines for general aviation airport security.
The Best Practices Subcommittee is responsible for business practices, the Cessna marketing CD, insurance, finance, a flight-training code of ethics and the industry’s public image. The Outreach/Program Subcommittee handles seminar definition within the venue of the NATA, NBAA, and AOPA conventions, as well as NATA’s Town Hall meetings.
Flight Operations Manager
Eagle Aviation, Inc.
James E. Brannan
Mazzei Flying Service
Giving Kids Wings Flight Academy
Gleim Publications, Inc.
Chief Flight Instructor
Galvin Flying Services
Stanford Flying Club
Senior Product Marketing Manager
FRASCA Air Services Inc Int'l
Meeting minutes are provided by the staff liaison to committee members. All other members are encouraged to contact the staff liaison for additional information on any topics that were discussed at prior meetings.
Senior Manager, Regulatory Affairs
National Air Transportation Association