FSF Business Aviation Meritorious Service Award

This award has been presented by the Foundation since 1975 for outstanding service and contributions to corporate aviation safety. The award recognizes individuals whose work enhances safety in this segment of the industry. Recipients have included industry leaders, government officials, members of the news media and researchers whose findings were especially relevant to corporate aviation.

Nominations Open for the 2023 Business Aviation Meritorious Service Award

The deadline for nominations is Feb. 28, 2023. The award will be presented at the 68th Business Aviation Safety Summit, to be held May 8–9, 2023, in New Orleans, at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel.

Questions or need help with your nomination submission? Contact Frank Jackman:  jackman@flightsafety.org

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Please attach a one-page document to support your nomination. Nominations without supporting materials may not be considered by the selection committee. The deadline for submitting nomination is February 28, 2023. If you have trouble uploading your document, you may finish submitting this form and then email the document separately to: Frank Jackman at jackman@flightsafety.org with the subject line: FSF – Business Aviation Meritorious Service Award
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RECIPIENTS OF THE FSF BUSINESS AVIATION MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD

2022 Bryan Burns and Russ Lawton, Air Charter Safety Foundation
2021 Terry Yeomans, International Business Aviation Council 
2020 James Albright, code7700.com
2019 Michael E. Graham, Textron Aviation
2018 Peter v. Agur Jr., VanAllen
2017 Steve Charbonneau, TOMS Capital
2016 Douglas Schwartz, ConocoPhillips
2015 Alan W. Dean, Boeing Executive Flight Operations
2014 Lisa Sasse, VisionSafe
2013 Matthew A. Boyle, Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation
2012 Metrojet
2011 Bombardier Aerospace
2010 Brian Humphries, European Business Aviation Association
2009 Sydney Baker
2008 George Saling
2007 Richard T. Santulli, NetJets
2006 James S. Waugh, FlightSafety International
2005 J. Robert Duncan, Duncan Aviation
2004 Edward D. (Ted) Mendenhall, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.
2003 John W. Olcott, National Business Aviation Association
2002 Robert E. Breiling, Robert E. Breiling Associates
2001 Don Bateman, Honeywell
2000 Peter L. Ginocchio (retired), Dassault Falcon Jet
1999 Mark R. Rosekind, Ph.D., Alertness Solutions
1998 Pat Andrews, Mobil Business Resources Corp.
1997 Joan Sullivan Garrett, MedAire
1996 No award
1995 Dan Manningham, Business & Commercial Aviation
1994 Daniel M. Izard, Associated Aviation Underwriters (AAU)
1993 Walter A. Seymour, ENRON; Milton H. Pugsley
1992 Otto Pobanz
1991 Donald A. Baldwin (retired), Texaco
1990 Roy Fox, Bell Helicopter
1989 John Henry Doster (retired), U.S. Federal Aviation Administration
1988 A.L. Ueltschi, FlightSafety International
1987 Forest L. Clough, Tenneco
1986 No award
1985 Arthur Lippa Jr.
1984 John Pope, National Business Aircraft Association
1983 John W. Olcott, Business & Commercial Aviation
1982 Stanley R. Mohler, M.D., Wright State University
1981 Leonard M. Greene, Safe Flight Instrument Corp.
1980 Leo Boyd, Tennessee Eastman
1979 William H. Collister, U.S. Steel
1978 John Winant, National Business Aircraft Association
1977 John P. Doswell, National Business Aircraft Association
1976 Melvin Longlet, 3M Co.
1975 Fred B. McIntosh, National Business Aircraft Association

This award has been presented by the Foundation since 1975 for outstanding service and contributions to corporate aviation safety. The award recognizes individuals whose work enhances safety in this segment of the industry. Recipients have included industry leaders, government officials, members of the news media and researchers whose findings were especially relevant to corporate aviation. 

The 2022 Award was presented during the Foundation’s 67th Business Aviation Safety Summit in Savannah, Georgia. 

Recipients of the FSF Business Aviation Meritorious Service Award

2022 Bryan Burns and Russ Lawton, Air Charter Safety Foundation
2021 Terry Yeomans, International Business Aviation Council 
2020 James Albright, code7700.com
2019 Michael E. Graham, Textron Aviation
2018 Peter v. Agur Jr., VanAllen
2017 Steve Charbonneau, TOMS Capital
2016 Douglas Schwartz, ConocoPhillips
2015 Alan W. Dean, Boeing Executive Flight Operations
2014 Lisa Sasse, VisionSafe
2013 Matthew A. Boyle, Dassault Falcon Jet Corporation
2012 Metrojet
2011 Bombardier Aerospace
2010 Brian Humphries, European Business Aviation Association
2009 Sydney Baker
2008 George Saling
2007 Richard T. Santulli, NetJets
2006 James S. Waugh, FlightSafety International
2005 J. Robert Duncan, Duncan Aviation
2004 Edward D. (Ted) Mendenhall, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.
2003 John W. Olcott, National Business Aviation Association
2002 Robert E. Breiling, Robert E. Breiling Associates
2001 Don Bateman, Honeywell
2000 Peter L. Ginocchio (retired), Dassault Falcon Jet
1999 Mark R. Rosekind, Ph.D., Alertness Solutions
1998 Pat Andrews, Mobil Business Resources Corp.
1997 Joan Sullivan Garrett, MedAire
1996 No award
1995 Dan Manningham, Business & Commercial Aviation
1994 Daniel M. Izard, Associated Aviation Underwriters (AAU)
1993 Walter A. Seymour, ENRON; Milton H. Pugsley
1992 Otto Pobanz
1991 Donald A. Baldwin (retired), Texaco
1990 Roy Fox, Bell Helicopter
1989 John Henry Doster (retired), U.S. Federal Aviation Administration
1988 A.L. Ueltschi, FlightSafety International
1987 Forest L. Clough, Tenneco
1986 No award
1985 Arthur Lippa Jr.
1984 John Pope, National Business Aircraft Association
1983 John W. Olcott, Business & Commercial Aviation
1982 Stanley R. Mohler, M.D., Wright State University
1981 Leonard M. Greene, Safe Flight Instrument Corp.
1980 Leo Boyd, Tennessee Eastman
1979 William H. Collister, U.S. Steel
1978 John Winant, National Business Aircraft Association
1977 John P. Doswell, National Business Aircraft Association
1976 Melvin Longlet, 3M Co.
1975 Fred B. McIntosh, National Business Aircraft Association

 

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