Portsmouth, NH, November 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- PlaneSense (www.planesense.com) the fractional aircraft ownership company that manages the largest fleet of Pilatus PC-12 turboprop aircraft in the world is a participant in the Reese Dill Safety Lecture Series, hosted by the Aero club of New England. This year’s speaker is Bruce Whitman, President and CEO of Flight Safety International. Whitman’s tenure at Flight Safety began more than 50 years ago. He was chosen as this year’s speaker because of his strong safety and education background. His talk centers around trends in operations and maximizing returns on safety in aviation.
“Bruce leads a first-class team of professionals in the aviation industry who consistently improve the culture of safety in aviation,” said George Antoniadis, CEO and President of PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership company. “Bruce’s leadership in new training methods makes full use of technology and continues to keep pilots safe,” Antoniadis said.
Antoniadis is currently an advisor to the Board of the Aero Club of New England. The Aero Club of New England’s safety lecture series is named after Reese Dill, aviator, inventor, member, and past President of the Aero Club of New England.
For more information about PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership company and its entry into fractional jet programs, visit http://www.planesense.com.
About PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership
PlaneSense, Inc. is a fractional aircraft ownership program based in Portsmouth, NH, that has been in operation since 1996. The PlaneSense® program offers optimal access to many airports, and fractional owner flexibility that suits any flying profile. The program embodies the sophistication and elegance of private aviation with compelling value through competitive pricing, exceptional service, and luxurious, verstaile aircraft. The fleet currently has more than 30 Pilatus PC-12 aircraft. For more information about PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership programs, visit http://www.planesense.com.