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FlightSafety International Promotes Steve Hall To Director, Regulatory Affairs

Assumes Responsibility For Obtaining Regulatory Approvals For Programs

FlightSafety International has promoted Steve Hall to Director, Regulatory Affairs. He has overall responsibility for obtaining aviation regulatory agency approvals and to ensure they are implemented throughout FlightSafety’s worldwide network of Learning Centers. This includes training programs for pilots, maintenance technicians and cabin crews who operate and support a wide variety of business, commercial, military and government aircraft.

“Steve has the experience, leadership abilities and skills required to further strengthen FlightSafety’s position as a world leader in aviation training,” said Daniel MacLellan Senior Vice President, Operations. “He will build upon our proven success and continue to ensure our Customers receive the highest quality training that is developed and delivered in accordance with regulatory agency requirements around the world.”

Steve joined FlightSafety in 2014 as Assistant Director, Regulatory Affairs. His responsibilities included FAR Part 142 regulatory compliance, document approval, and the single certificate under which FlightSafety provides FAA training around the world. He worked in the aviation training industry for 14 years prior to joining FlightSafety. Steve held a variety of positions including Head of FAR Part 61/142 Regulatory Affairs, Senior Manager of Regulatory Compliance, JAA Head of Training, Manager Advanced Programs, Instructor Development/Quality Assurance as well as a simulator and ground instructor. He previously served as a First Officer and Flight Engineer with American Airlines and as a Captain with Tradewinds Aviation.

Steve earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Flight Technology from Western Michigan University.  He is a Certified Flight Instructor with multi-engine and instrument ratings, holds a Flight Engineer Turbojet certificate, and is type rated in Boeing 757/767 and Cessna Citation CE-500 and CE-525S aircraft.

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