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New Appointments at Flight Safety International’s Atlanta Learning Center

Dec. 19, 2007, Atlanta, GA - FlightSafety has named Brenda Seaman as Assistant Director, Market Research and Christopher Frye as Assistant Manager at the Atlanta Learning Center.


December 19, 2007
By Carey Fredericks

Dec. 19, 2007, Atlanta, GA – FlightSafety has named Brenda Seaman as Assistant
Director, Market Research and Christopher Frye as Assistant Manager at the
Atlanta Learning Center.

“We
look forward to Brenda’s contribution in her new role as Assistant
Director, Market Research,” said Scott Fera, Vice President Marketing,
FlightSafety International. “Brenda will help to increase our in-depth
understanding of Customer requirements and will contribute to our
on-going commitment to provide them with the highest level of service
and industry leading training programs.”

Brenda
joined FlightSafety in 1998 and has held a number of management
positions serving the company’s business and regional airline customers.

She was most recently Assistant Manager, Atlanta Learning Center.
Brenda graduated from Embry-Riddle University with a Bachelor of
Science degree in Aeronautical Studies and Aviation Management. She
holds a private pilot certificate and is a member of the Women in
Aviation International and Women in Corporate Aviation Associations.

“Our Atlanta Center Customers will appreciate and benefit from
Chris’ experience, leadership skills, and commitment to excellence in
training,” said Greg McGowan, Vice President Operations, FlightSafety
International. “His ability to assume this new responsibility is a
clear demonstration of the strength and depth of the FlightSafety team
and the advancement opportunities available within the company.”

Prior
to joining FlightSafety in 2005, Chris served in the United States Navy
for 12 years as both a Surface Warfare Officer and Naval Aviator. As a
Commissioned Officer, he was responsible for a variety of special
missions, functions and operations. He has a commercial instrument
pilot certificate for fixed and rotor wing aircraft and currently holds
the rank of Lieutenant Commander in the U.S Navy Reserve. Chris
graduated from the United States Naval
Academy with a Bachelor of Science Degree and from the University of
Southern California, Marshall School of Business, with a Master of
Business Administration Degree.

FlightSafety's Atlanta Learning Center offers 16 FlightSafety designed
and manufactured simulators used for training pilots, aircraft
maintenance technicians and other aviation
professionals. The simulators include the ATR 42/72 and Cessna Citation
II, 10 simulators for the Bombardier CRJ, Dash 8 and Learjet series
aircraft as well as those for the Embraer EMB 120, JetStar and King Air
200 and 350.