Bill Stine Reaches 25-Year Milestone At NBAA

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Long-time NBAA staffer Bill Stine last week marked his 25th year with the association. Presently serving the association as director of international operations, Stine has been the association's spokesman on matters involving international business aviation, communications, navigation and surveillance since 1979. He served as staff liaison for the NBAA International Operators Committee for six years, was the first executive officer of the International Business Aviation Council, Ltd. (IBAC), and later served as that organization's director general pro tem. An electronics specialist in the U.S. Air Force, Stine has held a teaching certificate in aeronautical technology. He holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot certificate in both rotor and fixed-wing aircraft and is commercially rated in gliders. With 7,000 flight hours, he is an FAA Gold Seal flight instructor in all three categories. For five years he was an FAA accident prevention counselor.