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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

NATA Praises FAA’s Swift Action on Atlantic Aviation Santa Monica Complaint

In a letter to the City of Santa Monica (City), the FAA has announced an investigation into a series of recent actions by the City intended to de facto close the Santa Monica Municipal Airport in advance of the expiration of its 2023 Grant Assurances.

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Monday, September 26, 2016

NATA Mourns Passing of Arnold Palmer Golfing Great and Aviation Enthusiast

Last night, golfing great Arnold Palmer passed away at the age of 87. Widely known for his 90 tournament victories including four Masters, two British Opens and the U.S. Open, Mr. Palmer was also an aviation enthusiast holding multiple ratings and owning numerous general aviation aircraft. Palmer was a prominent voice in promoting the utility of general aviation noting, “To put it quite simply, I could never have accomplished even half as much as I have in my golf and business careers over the last four decades without having my own airplanes.”

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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

NATA Requests Swift Action on Atlantic Aviation Part 16 Santa Monica Complaint

In a letter today to the FAA, NATA President Martin Hiller called upon the agency to act immediately on the complaint filed last week by Atlantic Aviation over the City of Santa Monica’s proposal to replace Atlantic with a proprietary Fixed Base Operation (FBO).

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Thursday, September 15, 2016

NATA Board Names Martin Hiller as President and Promotes William Deere and Tim Obitts to Executive Vice Presidents

Concluding its fall board meeting last week, the Chairman of the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) Board of Directors, Mr. Andrew Priester (President and Chief Executive Officer, Priester Aviation, Wheeling, IL), announced that Mr. Martin Hiller (Owner and Partner, Marathon Jet Center, Marathon, FL) will continue to serve as President of NATA. In June, the Board announced that Hiller would serve as Acting President upon the departure of then President Tom Hendricks.

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Thursday, September 01, 2016

NATA Announces Exclusive Loss of Medical License Disability Insurance Program for Charter Operators and Part 91 Flight Departments

The NATA Loss of Medical License Disability Insurance Program is available through Harvey Watt & Co. and is intended for Part 135, Part 125, Part 91K and Part 91 operators. All participants are treated as one entity through the NATA plan, allowing for an easy underwriting experience and premium reductions created by the larger buying pool. The NATA Loss of Medical License Disability Insurance Program includes NATAs FAA Medical Certification Services at no additional cost.

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