NATA Looks To A4A’s Hendricks To Succeed Long-Serving President Coyne

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is reaching into the airline industry for a successor to longtime President James Coyne, announcing that Thomas Hendricks will take the helm, beginning Sept. 1. Hendricks most recently was senior VP-safety security and operations for Airlines for...

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