Jim Christiansen Flies West

James Charles “Jim” Christiansen, one of the most capable, respected and liked executives in the business aviation community, died May 13, as a result of illness. He was 67. Jim’s aviation career began when he joined the U.S. Army as a teen and by age 22 had logged 1350 hours piloting UH-1 “Hueys”...

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