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Ted Feiertag accepts Training Manager position

Denver, July 23 – Atlantic Sun Airways today announced the hiring of pilot Ted Feiertag to head up the development of the airline’s internal training department. Mr. Feiertag is the first to take up the task since the resignation of Mr. Jim Kenny in March of this year.

Despite being a very accomplished real-world pilot since 1974, Mr. Ted Feiertag sports experience ranging from being a Chief Ground Instructor at Emery School of Aviation in Colorado, to training ATP pilots as Director of Ground Training at Boeing Field! Atlantic Sun’s Director of Flight Operations said “We are very proud to have found such an over-qualified leader for the development of our airline’s training program.”

In a statement to the press, the newly-appointed Training Manger indicated his desire to get started right away. Further announcements will take place in the Atlantic Sun Forums.

Please join the rest of the airline in thanking Ted for stepping forward by signing into the Atlantic Sun forums and visiting this link.

Any questions regarding this announcement can be directed to the Flight Operations department at:

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