Rudy’s Inflight Catering is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its White Plains, N.Y. kitchen with an expansion of the facilities. According to Joe Celentano, who with his brother John owns and manages Rudy’s, “We are about to add a 900-sq-ft refrigerator to supplement the operation.” The facility, on the grounds of Westchester County Airport, has also extended its hours and is now serving clients 24/7/365.
The Northeast Schedulers & Dispatchers Regional Group plans to hold a networking luncheon on Friday, April 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the New England Air Museum at Bradley International Airport. An informal luncheon will be sponsored by Air Routing International. The featured speaker will be from the Bradley air traffic management team.
“The pilot points the plane, but who points the pilot?” read the sign over the Avitat exhibit at the 17th annual NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference in San Antonio in January. It was a blunt affirmation of schedulers’ and dispatchers’ contribution to safe and efficient flight operations.
A million square feet will hold more than 1,100 exhibitors, and more than 110 airplanes will be on display at Orlando Executive Airport. A number of seminars will be of interest to schedulers and dispatchers. A schedulers and dispatchers networking and information resources mini-fair is set for Tuesday, October 17.
Wendi Gavigan of Citigroup Corporate Aviation in White Plains, N.Y. is the only licensed dispatcher to complete the required course and pass the exam. Elizabeth Ann Larson of Chevron in Houston is a certified aviation manager and received her CAM approval by virtue of having been involved in creation of the program and being one of the authors of the exam.
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