May Corporate News Bites

April 29, 2019

May Corporate News Bites

These are shorter stories about some of AsMA's Corporate & Sustaining Members.

ALPA: The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), Int’l, applauded the introduction of the Safety Is Not for Sale Act. This bill will make additional safety information available to airline pilots in the cockpit and provide airlines with more safety data about the equipment they operate, while also making onboard safety enhancements easier to acquire. Please visit to read ALPA’s statement.

APA: The Allied Pilots Association (APA) has voiced its support for the U.S. Department of Transportation’s establishment of a Special Committee to review FAA procedures for certifying new aircraft. APA President Capt. Daniel F. Carey confirmed that the DOT has requested recommendations from APA for qualified participants from within its pilot ranks. Please go to 6801/Allied-Pilots-Association-We-Look-Forward-to-Participating-in-Review-of-FAA-Aircraft-Certification-Process to see APA’s statement.

ETC: Environmental Tectonics Corp. (ETC) is celebrating 50 years. They have been in business since 1969, providing their customers with innovative products, service, and support within diverse markets, including Aerospace and Defense, Advanced Disaster Management Simulators for First Responders, Sterilizers for Medical Device Manufacturers, Healthcare, Automotive, and HVAC. Please see to see the video.

NKI: NeuroKinetics, Inc.’s (NKI’s), I-PAS system was the subject of a presentation by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh summarizing a clinical investigation of its use in detecting neurology deterioration in patients in the Intensive Care Unit. The presentation was part of the 8th Annual Mitchell P. Fink Scholar Day held by the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Critical Care Medicine. Please visit to see more.