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NATA Names Moylan As Environmental Committee Chair


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NATA NAMES MOYLAN AS ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE CHAIR

Alexandria, VA, April 6, 2012 - The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is pleased to announce that Patrick Moylan, director of health, safety, environment and security for Signature Flight Support, has been named the chairman of the NATA Environmental Committee. As chairman, Moylan will coordinate with NATA staff and the association's membership in developing a strategic direction for the Environmental Committee. The committee was formed to monitor environmental issues affecting the association membership as well as develop programs that assist member companies in minimizing their impact on the environment.

In his current position, Moylan is responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable regulations and implementing Safety Management Systems across Signature's global network. Previously, he held positions in FBO and airline management, aviation education and air traffic control and as an aviation safety consultant for the Federal Aviation Administration's Office of System Safety. Moylan has a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration from Michigan State University, holds several safety and training certifications, and is an accredited auditor for the NATA Safety 1st Ground Audit Program.

"We are very pleased to have Patrick as chairman for the NATA Environmental Committee" said NATA Director of Regulatory Affairs Michael France. "His experience in practical environmental issues affecting aviation businesses makes him a perfect fit for leading this committee."

More information on the NATA Environmental Committee is available at www.nata.aero or by clicking here.

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