Podcast: New CAMs Roundtable

March 15, 2021

NBAA’s Certified Aviation Manager program identifies professionals who have acquired enough in-depth knowledge to lead business aviation organizations. Today, three recently accredited CAMs discuss how they prepared for the exam and what the greater meaning of CAM recognition is to their career goals. “Always remain a student,” said AirFlite’s Joe Davis. “Self-improvement was key for me to stay on top of the industry changes and developments, as well as gaining a better understanding of what motivated and drove the flight department.”

In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:

  • Joe Davis, cruise pilot and senior maintenance technician at AirFlite
  • Brad Phelps, a captain with Stockmeier Urethanes USA, Inc.
  • Carrie Wicht, corporate travel flight coordinator for Harley Davidson Motor Company

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Podcast: Ramping Up International Operations

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Podcast: Celebrating Women’s History Month

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Podcast: Mitigating Intentional GPS Interference

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