DeLisi named OAS safety chief

The US National Transportation Safety has selected John DeLisi as the new director of the Office of Aviation Safety (OAS).

DeLisi will assume his new position on June 2 following the retirement of Tom Haueter, the current director.

DeLisi has been serving as the Deputy Director of OAS since 2007.  During his 20 years with the NTSB, he has overseen numerous major  investigations, including the January 2009 ditching of US Airways flight  1549 in the Hudson River and the February 2009 Colgan Air accident in  Buffalo, New York. Read full story at Air Traffic

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