Interviews with people of interest in aerospace, including those in industry, government and AIN’s “Bizav Warriors.” Topics include announcements of personnel changes, awards and final departures.
<b>Frank Lanza</b>, 74, cofounder, chairman and CEO of<i> L-3 Communications</i>, died suddenly on June 6.
<b>Albert Ueltschi</b>, founder and chairman of <i>FlightSafety International</i>, will receive The Wings Club’s 2006 Distinguished Achievement Award, whic
<b>Jordan Pape</b> was named v-p and general manager of Eugene, Ore.-based <i>Flightcraft</i>.
Former Gulfstream and NetJets Aviation executive Bill Boisture has resurfaced at Washington, D.C.-based private equity firm The Carlyle Group as a senior a
<b>William Voss</b> has been named CEO of the Flight Safety Foundation, an appointment that will take effect after current president Stuart Matthews retire
Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta, a long-time advocate for general aviation and the lone Democrat in President Bush’s Cabinet, shocked and saddened t
Norman Mineta will step down July 7 after serving as DOT Secretary for more than five years, saying, “It is time for me to move on to other challenges.” Mi
<b>Joshua Cunningham</b> was awarded the 2006 Golden Eagle Scholarship from <i>Pratt & Whitney</i> in partnership with the Tuskegee Airmen.
Aviation business pioneer <b>George Priester</b> passed away August 17 at age 98.
Former corporate flight department manager <b>Robert Sumwalt</b> has been appointed NTSB vice chairman, and acting chairman <b>Mark Rosenker</b> has