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Dorin Dangle
1657 NW 98th, #5821, Yukon, OK Cell: 444-444-4444 – ddangle@coldmail.com


Summary
Respected and highly accomplished aviation consultant offering distinguished career in FAA compliance, airspace use conflicts, risk management, international and domestic instrument approach/departure criteria, airspace compatibility, airspace design and evaluation, formal aeronautical information, and air traffic management. Action-oriented with strong ability to communicate effectively with technology, executive, and business audiences.


Professional Value Offered
Air Space Management: Comprehensive knowledge of and experience in air traffic control operations, procedure design, and airspace issues. Collaborated on development of global conventional and performance-based navigation (PBN) instrument flight procedures. Obstacle Evaluation for Aviation: Proficient in conducting obstacle evaluations, airspace design, and procedure development. Conducted aeronautical case studies to determine the effects of construction proposals on the National Airspace System (NAS) and private use landing facilities. Developed obstruction zoning ordinances, legislation, and obstacle evaluation programs that comply with current ICAO and local civil aviation department requirements. Regulatory Compliance Submission: Solid history in managing timely and accurate regulatory submission compliance with FCC, FAA, state/local jurisdiction standards. Advised project team on all aspects of regulatory compliance and coordinated the review, evaluation, and compilation of files and reports for submissions.


Professional Experience
Aviation Consultant March 2011 to Current Aviation System Designs, Inc. Yukon, OK Driving force behind the start-up and management of aviation operations consulting firm specializing in development of instrument flight procedures and related services. Provide consultation on helicopter PBN procedure development. Support clients within oil, gas, and emergency medical services (EMS) industries with APV procedural design. Production Lead – US Army Branch October 2005 to March 2011 Federal Aviation Agency Washington, DC Developed more than 500 ICAO and FAA PBN/conventional procedures worldwide aviation locations. Spearheaded US Army’s European transition from TERPs to ICAO PANS OPs. Created and implemented VOR/DME/ILS procedures to Weisbaden AAF, Germany as well as conventional and RNAV SIDs at Grafenwhor AAF, Germany. Air Traffic Controller January 2002 to September 2005 Department of Defense Washington, DC Directed the movement of aircraft from a control tower within Class D airspace. Advised pilots about nearby planes as well as potentially hazardous conditions such as weather, speed, and direction of wind as well as visibility problems. Organized flight and traffic management plans to prepare for planes about to enter assigned airspace.

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