Landsberg named ASF president

AOPA Air Safety Foundation Executive Director Bruce Landsberg was named president of the foundation.

“During his time at the Air Safety Foundation, Bruce has shown tremendous capability to develop industry-leading safety training programs and to raise the money necessary to provide those programs free of charge to all pilots,” said Craig Fuller, AOPA president. “His efforts have made the AOPA Air Safety Foundation the first stop for general aviation pilots who are striving to become safer pilots.”

During Landsberg’s tenure, the foundation has continued to develop safety seminars that reach tens of thousands of pilots annually at hundreds of locations across the United States, as well as an online education effort.

For more information: AOPA.org

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  1. says

    Congratulations Bruce.

    Continued Incident & Accident information to all pilots is value to the safety of future flight; providing the pilots consider their: Personal Minimums.

    I have operated our company since 1966 and we have Excellent History in Safety of Operation.

    We continue to require a flight review every 12 months & Instrument proficiency and a currency check-out if you haven’t flown in the last 60 days.

    Rental Aircraft Maintenance: 50 hr inspections and an Annual Inspection every 100 hrs.

    The procedure have helped us maintain a Safe Operation.

    Al Beckwith, President since 1966
    Commercial Aviation Corp
    Al Beckwith Leasing Company

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