The National Air Transportation Association launches the NATA Career Center, a comprehensive resource for industry recruitment and career development. An evolution of NATA’s job board, the NATA Career Center enables members to connect with aviation business professionals worldwide, offers guidance on career changes, educates new and potential aviation industry entrants, and provides resources for both job seekers and employers.
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The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) expresses sincere appreciation for Ryan Waguespack’s faithful service to the Association and for his dedication to furthering the causes of its members. Waguespack recently announced plans to transition from full-time executive vice president to senior advisor, effective June 30, 2022.
NATA Congratulates Captain Billy Nolen on His Appointment as FAA Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Transportation Safety Institute (TSI) announces the launch of the virtual safety-management “Inspire" series. The Inspire series complements the in-person TSI/NATA Air Transport Safety Management Certification™ (ATSM) course by providing a conduit to continue important safety-management conversations with world-class subject-matter experts.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announces that Jason Tepool, business development executive for Boeing, has been named chairman of its Aircraft Maintenance and Systems Technology Committee. Tepool served on the committee for two years prior to his appointment. Phil Stearns, director, Sales & Marketing for Stevens Aerospace and Defense Systems, LLC, will continue in his role as committee co-chair. The announcement follows a recent meeting where Tepool and Stearns outlined the near-term and long-term direction of the committee.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announces that 50 companies are self-certified in NATA’s Safety 1st Clean since its inception in mid-June. The Safety 1st Clean standard relies upon industry expertise, the latest operational best practices, and government-agency guidance to safeguard aviation business personnel, corporate assets, and the general flying public.