"The combination of both the NBAA ATP “Pilot Safety Award” and the FAA “Flight Safety Award” received by Captain Carr demonstrates his deep commitment to aviation safety."
Punta Gorda, FL (PRWEB) July 01, 2013
The Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP) Pilot Safety Award is granted to pilots of National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Member Companies with ATP or commercial pilot licenses, such as Air Trek's President/CEO Wayne A. Carr, who have completed a minimum of 1,500 consecutive accident-free hours in command/control of a business aircraft. Pilots who receive this award must have exemplary safety records. Wayne A. Carr has also previously received an Aviation Safety Award for “outstanding support of aviation safety program activities in the general aviation community” directly from The Federal Aviation Administration. The combination of both the NBAA ATP “Pilot Safety Award” and the FAA “Flight Safety Award” received by Captain Carr demonstrates his deep commitment to aviation safety.
Wayne A. Carr currently serves as Air Trek's Chief Pilot and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved Check Airman overseeing pilot recruitment, training, and company certification. Wayne holds ATP for multi-engine land and sea aircraft with type ratings in the Cessna Citation Jet, Westwind Jet, and Douglas DC-4 aircraft. He also holds Commercial single engine land and sea, Helicopter and Glider certification as well as holding Certified Flight Instructor privileges for all aircraft in which he has qualifications. Serving as Air Trek’s primary liaison with the FAA, Wayne oversees development and updating for the company’s General Operations Manual, Operations Specifications, Training Manuals, and Safety Management Program.
Air Trek is proud to call Wayne A. Carr its President/CEO and Chief Pilot. He was once quoted as saying “Air Trek’s goal is to maintain the standard by which all other medical transport organizations are measured, and to that end we try to define the curve not just keep up with it”. It’s no wonder Wayne has such an outstanding safety record and is one of the deserving recipients of the NBAA Pilot Safety Award.
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Air Trek Air Ambulance, one of the Nation's oldest Air Ambulance services, is a family owned and operated air medical program that has been providing aeromedical transportation service since 1978. Air Trek Air Ambulance is a full service air ambulance and commercial repatriation service which is fully licensed by the State of Florida Department of Health and is fully licensed by the FAA. If you would like more information on the aeromedical transportation services Air Trek can provide, please call our operations center at 941-639-7855, visit us at http://www.medjets.com, or email us at airtrek(at)medjets(dot)com.
Dana Carr, Director of Operations
Air Trek, Inc.