On January 18, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) held a successful Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) Town Hall in conjunction with its AAM Committee meeting in Washington, DC, announcing new committee leadership relative to infrastructure and flight operations.
The Town Hall: AAM Landscape fosters connections between the AAM community and NATA’s other policy committees, providing a forum for leaders from the Association’s AAM, Air Charter, GA Airport, Safety, and Environment committees to discuss operations, ground infrastructure, safety, maintenance, security, and ground handling training relative to AAM.
Following the Town Hall, the AAM Committee named Craig Teasdale, Vice President of Operations at Ferrovial Vertiports, and Toni Drummond, President US of Titan Aviation as co-chairs and outlined a strategic vision focusing on AAM ground infrastructure and air charter operations development, legislative and regulatory priorities, and fact-based community education and industry relations efforts.
The new Advanced Air Mobility committee is a great addition to NATA’s ongoing mission of Being the Voice of Aviation Business. AAM is rapidly approaching and will change the future aviation landscape. I look forward to working with the committee members to help educate and inform the Membership on this ever changing and growing industry.
Ferrovial Vertiports is proud of Craig and this important recognition within the industry.