Kristopher Olson

Kristopher Olson
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Kristopher grew up in an airline family including pilots, mechanics, flight attendants and air traffic controllers for major airlines and the Federal Aviation Administration. As a lifelong aviation enthusiast, Kristopher has always known that the flight deck was where he wanted to be. In his professional career, he has served as a flight instructor for his home-town flight school, captain and first officer for a CFR Part 135 charter company and ExpressJet Airlines. In addition to flying as a first officer on the Airbus A-320, Kristopher’s is a mentor with Professional Pilots of Tomorrow. Kristopher is an alumnus of the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida.

Crew Resource Management Outside the Flight Deck

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Crew Resource Management (CRM) is a concept familiar to all pilots. In Advisory Circular (AC) 120-51E, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) defines it as...

Learning to (just) Fly

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We are flying in some of the best times seen in our industry. Airlines are reporting billions in profits (Southwest FY2018 $2.4 billion; United...

You Can Learn A Lot On The Ground

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As pilots, we tend to measure ourselves in terms of flight time, aircraft types, and level of certification. Pilots are able to tell you...

Back in Demand

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The events of the past year have once again brought to light how quickly things can change in aviation. Just months after airlines posted...

Envoy and Flight Attendants Reach Tentative Agreement on Collective Bargaining Agreement

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Envoy Air Inc., the largest wholly owned regional airline subsidiary of American Airlines Group (AAG), is pleased to announce that the Company has reached...