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NATA strengthens aviation security advocacy and expertise
Hawthorn Hill is poised to assist aviation businesses with navigating the aviation security regulatory landscape, complying with enforcement issues from field operations to the home office and preparing for new policies.

NATA has engaged aviation consulting firm Hawthorn Hill to provide it and its members with enhanced expertise and insight into federal-level security policy and programme development.

Leveraging decades of federal government experience, the team at Hawthorn Hill is poised to assist aviation businesses with navigating the aviation security regulatory landscape, complying with enforcement issues from field operations to the home office and preparing for new policies.

"Given recent TSA actions related to Part 380 public charter and the Agency's Twelve-Five Standard Security Program for Part 135 carriers, NATA is committed to bolstering its advocacy efforts for the entire Part 135 charter industry. The association warmly welcomes Hawthorn Hill as a partner, and we know our members will benefit significantly from the extensive aviation security knowledge it provides," says NATA vice president of regulatory affairs Alan Stephens.

"Hawthorn Hill enhances NATA's ongoing efforts to accurately represent the air charter community with federal regulators. This relationship will further extend NATA's network of aviation subject matter experts and industry advocates dedicated to the success of its membership," adds NATA president and CEO Curt Castagna.

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