With nearly 20,000 hours flying both fixed and rotor-wing aircraft, Ed leads by example instilling an attitude of service. He has made saving lives his mission in aviation for more than 30 years.
Scott has more than 5000 hours as pilot-in-command of jet aircraft and manages the pilots of Emergency Airlift. He holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot license and is type-rated in our Falcon 50 & 900 air ambulances as well as the Hawker and Westwind jet series and turbo-prop aircraft. His responsibilities include performing check flights of pilots, staying current of all FAA and international aviation rules and regulations that affect pilots, working with the Compliance Coordinator to ensure pilots are current with required training and working with Dispatch to plan the flight crew assignment for extremely long air ambulance flights.
Cheree is responsible for the library of documents and records we must maintain about our aircraft and pilots. These documents and records are two of the many internal safeguards that Emergency Airlift is engaged in to uphold the highest values of aviation safety. These documents and records are frequently updated, and those updates are properly filed and disseminated to everyone in the company. Prior to joining Emergency Airlift, Cheree was a wildland firefighter / EMT-B for 3 years.