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Moore Expected to Have NBAA Board Appointment Confirmed at NBAA2009
Orlando, FL, October 19, 2009 – Scott A. Moore – chief pilot and director of aviation for Luck Stone, a family-owned, Virginia-based supplier of stone construction products – is expected to have his appointment to NBAA's Board of Directors ratified by a vote of Association Members during the Annual Meeting & Convention.
Moore, a Certified Aviation Manager and former Air Force pilot, has nearly 7,000 hours in 12 different aircraft, along with a quarter century of flight department management and military leadership experience. Today, Moore flies a Beech King Air 350 in support of Luck Stone's facilities in Maryland, North Carolina and Virginia.
"I am excited to be on the Board and have the opportunity to use my experience to help address the challenges facing NBAA and the industry," Moore said. "I will ensure that the many small and mid-size companies in NBAA's Membership continue to have a strong voice on the Board."
Because of the recent mischaracterizations of business aviation, Moore believes operators need to advocate for the industry. Moore personally has met with legislative aides who handle aviation matters for his U.S. senators, and he urges others to get involved, too. "Tell your story so your legislator sees you as the face of business aviation."
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