We offer professional air traffic control consultation
and information that help clarify the complex air traffic
system that exists today. Aviation accidents are often
complex but with our services we provide clear and accurate
information relating to Air Traffic Control operations,
rules and procedures. Experience with 35 years of aviation
in Air Traffic Control, NTSB accident investigation, flight
services and private pilot experience will address
aspects of aviation.
We will determine if FAA procedures and requirements
were followed. Was training adequately given? Was the
problem apparent and not addressed? Were FAA procedures
in error? What other factors contributed to the situation?
These are some of the questions we can address in a
clear manner that will assist attorneys in representation
of their clients.
Review and offer opposing arguments of the other
party. Often opposition expert testimony has been
incorrectly interpreted or missing important information.
Even old information of how things "used to be" from
other "experts" has changed in the last couple of years
and adds to the complexity of understanding the
situation and what actually occurred.
• Years of experience listening to voice
recordings and transcripts will provide clarity and
understanding of the actual situation; often air
traffic terminology is confusing and may be
• We will provide professional written opinions
"ATC experts" have not actively worked as Air
Traffic Controllers in years. This puts
them out of touch with the current workings within
the ATC field which significantly has effected
aviation; the workforce has significantly changed -
new changes in training, equipment and technologies
along with new rules, procedures and regulations.
Patrick has worked through these changes (retired in
late 2007), and as a result, adds perspective and
experience to help accurately assess aviation
accidents or questions.
• We specialize in air traffic control-related
requirements, with experience in many various
aspects of aviation as a private pilot, and as a
flight service specialist as well as air traffic