Albert Lee Ueltschi, a farm boy who became one of aviation’s giants through his founding and long leadership of FlightSafety International, died Oct. 18. He was 95. “Al was an aviation icon and pioneer,” says FlightSafety CEO Bruce Whitman. “Al’s passion for aviation and significant contributions to safety will be recognized for years to come.” The youngest of six children raised on a dairy farm in Benson Valley, Ken., Ueltschi (a Swiss named, pronounced “Yule chee”) showed an ...
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