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2019 NATA Scholarship
Essay Topic: Ag aviation safety is created by many members of an aviation community. How would you improve the safety of your ag community?
One of the most important factors that any industry can work for is to better its safety. The agricultural aviation community is no different; many members work on different facets to improve safety. However, safety can apply to many different phases in the industry. I believe that there are several major ways the agricultural aviation community could improve its safety. First, studies about agricultural aircraft accidents have shown...
Watching bright yellow spray planes fly over fields is one of my favorite things to see in the summer. I often wish that I was the pilot in the sky operating the aircraft and enjoying the thrill of the flight, but it's not that simple. Pilots and other members of the ag community work hard to ensure safety in every aspect. It is very important to me to promote safety, which can be done in many ways, including attending conventions, being smart while in the air and on the ground, and also planning ahead for the future. Practicing these tips will help prevent danger and accidents. To begin, I think that it is crucial to...
2019 Iternational Aviation Art Contest Awards Program
The Lincoln Airport Authority Operations and Maintenance, located at the Lincoln Airport, was host to the Aviation Art Contest 2019 awards ceremony on Saturday, April 6, where the coveted, engraved trophies and other awards were presented. Read all about it in May's edition of The NATA Voice. Take me there
2019 NATA Membership
The Nebraska Aviation Trades Association (NATA) is a non-profit state trade association which represents the aerial application industry in Nebraska. Membership Application Form
NATA is an organization founded for the purpose of serving the interests of aviation related businesses in Nebraska. Representing almost 200 agricultural aviation operators, NATA also serves members from allied industries supplying ag aircraft owners and operators. Read more about us.
If you are interested in having your planes tested, please let me know. You can either call me at 308-830-3086 or visit my website at agrisprayconsulting.com to request a patttern test. BASF’s sponsorship of Operation S.A.F.E. here in Nebraska provides operators and pilots a great opportunity to make sure their applications are efficient and uniform. I would like to again thank BASF for their support of the program, and thank GarrCo Products for donating the dye.
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