Aircraft Flight Coordinator Training Off To A Fast Start

March 5, 2013

NATA’s Safety 1st Aircraft Flight Coordinator Training (AFCT) program is receiving praise from the industry and I want to make sure to recognize the hard-working professionals that were instrumental in the development and testing of this cutting-edge online program.

We extend our heartfelt thanks to Suran Wijayawardana of ACP Jets, Damon Danneker of JetFlite International, Terri Farish of Chantilly Air and Eric Lugger of Landmark Aviation, several of whom serve on NATA’s Air Charter Committee. Their dedication and expertise helped ensure the top-rate training being applauded by the industry today. Just this week at the ACSF Symposium, attendees shared with me that the AFCT program is easy to administer, is the most comprehensive tool for flight schedulers and is highly recommended for anyone looking to formalize their flight scheduler training.

NATA is proud of our online programs and we’re pleased with the  many loyal members involved in the development process from start-to-finish as well as those who assist NATA in keeping our training continuously up-to-date.

For those who are not yet familiar with the AFCT program, it is created for all individuals that participate in flight planning and release processes. The goal of the program is to make flight planning professionals well versed in their areas of responsibilities, and an integral part of their flight planning team. We encourage all of our members to learn more about the program through this link.