October 24, 2011
Reagan elected to a second three-year term on National Business Aviation Association board of directors
Charles Reagan, professor of philosophy, was elected to a second three-year term on the National Business Aviation Association board of directors at the 64th annual meeting of the National Business Aviation Association meeting, Oct. 10-12.
Reagan was also appointed by the National Business Aviation Association to the governing board of the International Business Aviation Council. The National Business Aviation Association, established in 1947, promotes safety in business aviation and represents the interests of business aviation to federal and state agencies and before Congress. Its membership consists of more than 8,000 companies that use aircraft in their businesses. The International Business Aviation Council is composed of representatives of national business aviation associations from around the world. It represents business aviation to the International Civil Aviation Organization, a United Nations' body charged with making international aviation rules and regulations.
Reagan is an Airline Transport Rated and Jet Rated pilot, with 42 years of flying experience.