Mark Thelen, one of the co-founders of APG, has extensive experience in Airplane Flight Manual interpretation and the development of aircraft performance programs. Additionally, he has operational experience having logged over 4,500 hours flying commercially. This episode reviews regional performance compliance requirements and demonstrates how APG can help you navigate them. Listen and Learn: Why … Continue reading Episode 8: Regional Performance Compliance Requirements
Ken Hurley is a Weight and Balance engineer and subject matter expert for APG. His 42 years of experience in Airline Performance engineering, weight and balance, and electronic flight bag development includes the industry’s first EFP deployment at FedEx in 1990. Ken is also a FAA licensed aircraft dispatcher. This episode reviews the importance … Continue reading Episode 7: APG’s Weight & Balance Solutions
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With more than 30 years in the aviation industry, Mike Caflisch has had career assignments in numerous disciplines, including aircraft performance engineering, avionics systems engineering and integration, software development, product management, marketing, sales, business development, strategy, and program management.
Caflisch came to APG from The Boeing Company, where he served as director of Airspace Programs for Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. In this role, he was responsible for programs supporting flight optimization, airspace and navigation procedure design, and air traffic management. Prior to that, he led strategy and business development for Boeing Flight Services.