The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) tapped Jonathan Archer, a 24-year aviation industry veteran, as its new director of engineering and airworthiness. Archer most recently provided key support for the FAA and the Joint Planning and Development Office as an associate with Booz Allen Hamilton. His work included facilitating an FAA aviation certification service pilot study implementing a voluntary safety management system for select Part 21-approved design and manufacturing organizations. Archer also provided aviation safety, certification and system integration expertise on FAA NextGen air traffic management initiatives.
GAMA Taps Archer as Engineering and Airworthiness Director
- July 22, 2014, 2:45 PM