Barry Cooper retires from the FAA after 40 years of service. His leadership recognizes the airport is there to serve the community.Read More
Frank Christensen, the founder of the modern aircraft kit movement, was honored at AirVenture by the International Aerobatic Club. Congratulations!
In 1942, Azriel “Al” Blackman started at American Export Airlines as an apprentice in the sheet metal shop. Still coming to work at age 91, Mr. Blackman defines what an airline mechanic should be.
These individuals will exercise the judgment, leadership, vision and passion for safety needed for our profession’s future.
David Griffin retires after 32.5 years as Stanly County Airport manager. When he took the job, Griffin’s only aviation experience was being a licensed pilot.
Krystal Brumfield, CEO of the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC), talks about getting women & minority owned businesses involved with airports.
Dan Elwell, whose experience makes him well suited for this position, was selected to be the next FAA Deputy Administrator.