The FAA is extending through July 31, 2020 four regulatory exemptions (18509 (PDF), 18510 (PDF), 18511 (PDF), 18512 (PDF)) it previously issued to scheduled and on-demand US air carriers. The exemptions give operators grace periods for completing certain training and qualification requirements, and give crewmembers relief from having to don protective breathing equipment or oxygen masks in training, checking, or evaluation. They originally were going to expire on May 31.Read More >
With most aircraft operators seeing greatly reduced flight hours as a result of Covid-19, companies are looking for ways to keep their personnel sharp and ready for when demand increases. In a webinar presented by WYVERN, that problem was explored from the perspective of Part 91 and Part 135 operators.Read More >
2019 was such a great year for WYVERN, that we are moving HQ up to a new, modern office in Southern New Hampshire, next to the Nashua Airport! Our new office space allows us to provide training on-site to include our world-class Safety Leader Training Course. The larger space also enables us to host events. So, if you would like to hold an event to promote professionalism in aviation at our new location, we would be happy to sponsor it.
Andrew Day joins WYVERN as the Senior Director, Quality & Education following numerous senior leadership roles in commercial and private aviation. Andy has more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry, from small regional airlines to large Part 135 charter operations and almost everything in between. During that time Andy was instrumental in leading operators to become benchmarks in the industry, setting the standard for safety, security, and dependability. Most recently, Andy was the CEO of a large global Part 135 charter operator in New England. Andy's deep industry knowledge will enhance the WYVERN team's ability to carry out the company mission of "elevating safety and security worldwide".