October 29 - 29 2020
Thursday, Oct 29
10:00am – 10:40am EDT
The financial and operational impacts of COVID-19, compounded by pre-pandemic aircraft groundings, have been devastating to the commercial aviation industry and the shared aerospace and defense supply chain. While government and industry work together to highlight prevention, protection, and safety solutions to help mitigate further impacts and restore confidence in air travel, critical regulations and new technology programs must also move forward.
On Thursday, October 29, the Administrator will discuss with participants how the FAA has been working with government agencies domestically and internationally on these priority topics.
This webinar is for AIA members only and is closed to the media.
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Steve Dickson was sworn in as the FAA administrator by U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao on August 12, after being confirmed for a five-year term by the U.S. Senate on July 24, 2019. Dickson recently retired from service as the senior vice president of Flight Operations for Delta Air Lines.
In this role, he was responsible for the safety and operational performance of Delta’s global flight operations, as well as pilot training, crew resources, crew scheduling, and regulatory compliance. He also flew in line operations as an A320 captain, and previously flew the B727, B737, B757, and B767 during his career. Captain Dickson is a strong advocate for commercial aviation safety and improvements to our National Airspace System, having served as chairman of several industry stakeholder groups and Federal advisory committees.
A former United States Air Force Officer and F-15 fighter pilot, Dickson is a Distinguished Graduate of the Class of 1979 at the United States Air Force Academy, as well as a graduate of the Georgia State University College of Law, magna cum laude.