Aviation Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in the manufacture, sale, operation and maintenance of aircraft and parts such as engines and landing gear. Aviation experts work may include defect analysis, conformation to standards, the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) , aircraft inspection and appraisal, pilot experience, licensing, safety, finance, and accident prevention, seaplanes, documentation and analysis of aircraft maintenance records, and examination of maintenance procedures and processes.
The listings below are all Aviation expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsAviation Safety Consultants LLC
I had a successful military career of 25 years of aviation service. This included extensive experience in areas of Aviation Safety, Training, Standardization, Risk Management, Instruction and Operations. Currently, I operate my own safety and leadership consulting business focusing on risk management techniques with a proactive approach to safety management. I hold am FAA a Commercial Pilot and Certified Flight Instructor Certificate.
Burgess Aviation Consultants
R.P. ``Pete`` Burgess
Dallas/Forth Worth, TX
Specializes in the analysis of FAA and contract Air Traffic Control service; application of procedures in ARTCCs, ATCTs, TRACONs, AFSS`s; and Flight Path Reconstruction. Detailed transcript preparation.
Mr. Glaser is an aeronautical engineer with over years experience in the design and certification of airplanes. He specializes in flight test handling qualities Loss of Control and flight training. He's an Airline Transport Pilot with over hours of flight time in over airplanes models and a licensed Airframe Powerplant Mechanic.
Dr. John E. Cochran, Jr
Professor and Head Emeritus, Aerospace Engineer, P.E., and Attorney; President of Eaglemark, Inc. with more than 35 years experience at a major university. Dr. Cochran also has over 35 years experience as a consultant and an expert witness in the analysis and reconstruction of accidents involving airplanes, helicopters, automobiles, and Segways, in the modeling and simulation of aerospace vehicles and other systems, and in analyzing patents.
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