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APS chief takes helm at NBAA Safety Committee
Paul Ransbury’s vast experience and leadership roles in military, airline and advanced flight training operations, combined with multi-decade experience as CEO at APS, ideally suit him to the chairmanship through 2024.
NBAA Safety Committee chairman Paul BJ Ransbury.

Arizona-headquartered upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) company Aviation Performance Solutions CEO Paul BJ Ransbury has been named chairman of the NBAA Safety Committee.

“As a long-standing member of the NBAA Safety Committee who has served in working group, team lead and vice chairman leadership roles, the NBAA is pleased to appoint Paul BJ Ransbury as chairman of the committee,” says senior vice president, safety, security, sustainability and international operations Douglas Carr. “BJ's vast experience and leadership roles in military, airline and advanced flight training operations, combined with multi-decade experience as CEO at APS, ideally suit him to the chairmanship through 2024 of this critically-important committee dedicated to making business aviation safer."

The NBAA Safety Committee serves the membership with strategic guidance and advice on matters relating to the safe operation of aircraft. The committee provides insight to the membership and board of directors by periodically identifying significant industry risks and serves as a centre of expertise on a wide range of relevant business aviation safety matters. The committee collaboratively leverages a multi-disciplinary team of passionate professionals to develop valued solutions that make business aviation even safer.

“I am deeply honoured and privileged to chair this prestigious and safety-focused team of aviation champions,” says Ransbury. "The NBAA Safety Committee is comprised of 70 plus leading experts and passionate safety practitioners dedicated to improving safety and saving lives across a wide spectrum of business aviation domains. Together, we look forward to selflessly and proactively serving the NBAA board of directors and the NBAA's many thousands of members.”

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