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Moyle to lead Society of Aviation and Flight EducatorsMoyle to lead Society of Aviation and Flight Educators

Bill Moyle has been named executive director of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators.The Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) has named Bill Moyle of Waxahachie, Texas, as its executive director. Moyle succeeds Doug Stewart, who stepped down in February.

Moyle has more than 13,000 flight hours and holds an airline transport pilot certificate with Boeing 727 and Cessna Citation 500 series type ratings. He has been a captain, first officer, instructor, and check airman for two airlines. He is a flight and ground instructor and a longtime member of the FAA’s FAASTeam.

Moyle was a vocational technical high school teacher in Connecticut in 1974. He instructed in Cessna Citations for Danbury Airlines, where he developed systems training for the company. He has been an MD-80 team leader at McDonnell Douglas, and more recently he was FlightSafety International’s program manager for the Cessna CE500 Citation series and was an examiner and instructor.

“We’re fortunate to have found a leader with Bill’s aviation and education background,” said Donna Wilt, SAFE board of directors chairwoman. “We believe he has the right stuff to lead SAFE as we continue to expand representation and services to aviation educators in the United States and worldwide.”

AOPA Communications staff

Topics: Aviation Organizations, Pilot Training and Certification, Flight Training

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