Curtis Calabrese is a pilot by trade with a bachelor's degree in Systems Engineering from the United States Naval Academy and a Master of Science (Aeronautics) from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Curtis has experience across the US Navy and the Federal Aviation Administration in roles related to aviation safety and piloting.
“While aerospace innovations and advancements in aviation systems safety attempt to reduce the number of aviation accidents, FAA policy interventions have had a dampening effect. Aviation policy has an equally important role in aviation safety and must be considered with the same level of scrutiny and acumen as any novel, physical design.”
Curtis’ research focuses on The Effectiveness of Regulatory Enforcement and Just Culture in Aviation.