Air Charter Committee
The NATA Air Charter Committee (ACC) is tasked to promote the interests of the association’s members holding on-demand Part 135 air carrier certificates by addressing regulatory and legislative issues and industry concerns. The committee members represent the diversity of operations found under the Part 135 regulations, and include operators of a range of aircraft from large turbine-powered business jets, to small single-engine, piston-powered airplanes, and helicopters.
The ACC, and the Part 135 industry in general, are overwhelmingly comprised of small businesses as defined by the Small Business Administration.
Members of the ACC serve two-year terms. During that time, they act as the voice of the Part 135 membership within the association to ensure that the needs of this critical industry segment are appropriately represented by the staff.
NATA members providing services to the on-demand Part 135 industry are also eligible for ACC membership. Currently, providers of simulator flight training, insurance and consulting services participate on the ACC.
Assistant Chief Pilot
Saskia de Jong
US Key Account Sales Manager
Eileen M. Gleimer
Crowell & Moring LLP
Director of Operations
Medway Air Ambulance
VP of Charter Operations
Southern Sky Aviation
Paul A. Lange
Law Offices of Paul A. Lange, LLC
Jacqueline E. Rosser
Chief Operating Officer
NATA Compliance Services, LLC
Head of Aviation Practice
Shackelford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton
Director Human Resources
Vice President, Flight Operations
Director of Client Relations
President & CEO
Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
Conklin & deDecker
Executive Vice-President Finance and Business Operations
Sun Air Jets LLC
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.