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Koranda To Retire from NATA
March 23, 2015
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  • Amy Koranda, who played an instrumental role in developing and expanding NATA Safety 1st programs, including the professional line service training online program, is retiring from the association effective March 31. Koranda, currently vice president of operations for the association, served with NATA for 17 years. “Amy Koranda leaves a strong legacy for both NATA and the industry that is without parallel,” said NATA president andCEO Tom Hendricks, commending her work to advance safety and training of aviation businesses.

    Before joining the association in 1998, Koranda served as president of ASAP Passports and Visas, worked with the National Association of State Aviation Officials Center for Aviation Research and Education and managed the 5010 airports program for AOPA.