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Mon, Feb 12, 2018

National GA Award Honorees For 2018 Named

Awards For National Flight Instructor, Aviation Technician, And FAASTeam Rep Of The Year To Be Presented By The FAA At AirVenture

Every year for more than 50 years, the General Aviation Awards program and the FAA have recognized aviation professionals for their contributions to general aviation in the fields of flight instruction, aviation maintenance/avionics, and safety.

Recipients of the 2018 National General Aviation Awards are:

-Daniel Peter Christman of Las Vegas, Nevada—2018 Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year
-C. William Pancake, Jr. of Keyser, West Virginia—2018 Aviation Technician of the Year
-Catherine Elizabeth Cavagnaro of Sewanee, Tennessee—2018 FAA Safety Team Representative of the Year

The FAA will present individual awards to each National Honoree in July during EAA AirVenture 2018 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and their names will be added to the large perpetual plaque located in the lobby of the EAA AirVenture Museum. Also included in the prize packages for each National Honoree is an all-expenses-paid trip to Oshkosh to attend the awards presentation and other special GA Awards activities.

“I am very excited to announce the selection of the National Honorees for the 2017 General Aviation Awards,” said GA Awards board chairman Arlynn McMahon, “These awards highlight the important role played by these individuals in promoting aviation education and flight safety,” she added, “The awards program sponsors are pleased that these outstanding aviation professionals will receive the recognition they so richly deserve before their peers in Oshkosh.”

(Source: General Aviation Awards news release)

FMI: www.GeneralAviationAwards.org

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