Nina Anderson, one of the first women pilots to fly for a Fortune 500 company, has received the FAA Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award.
A 95-year-old Indiana pilot who still takes to the skies regularly was recently featured in a local TV news story.
In November, the FAA presented Wright Brothers Master Pilot Awards to 10 FlightSafety instructors during the month of November. “We are proud that at least 70 FlightSafety instructors have earned this prestigious recognition to date,” said Bruce Whitman, Chairman, President & CEO. Jeff Terrell received the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award Nov. 20 at the […]
Nov. 21, 2017, was a good day for Barton “Bart” Welsh. He received the FAA’s Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award for 50-plus years and more than 6,000 hours of safely navigating the skies, followed by a Dream Flight in a Stearman by the Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation for his military service. The award was presented to 82-year-old […]