James Coyne, who has led NATA since 1994, announced he plans to leave the charter operators and FBOs association at the end of this year. He told Aviation Week, “It's always hard to know [the right timing],” but that “it seemed to be the right time.” He said he would work with the board of directors on the transition process as it begins a search for a successor, which could take six to nine months. An avid pilot, Coyne stressed that he's not retiring and plans to become involved in other ...


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