daniel greenhill joins flightsafety unmanned systems training as director, sales
August 15, 2019
FlightSafety International announces that Daniel Greenhill has joined FlightSafety Unmanned Systems Training as Director of Sales.
“We are pleased to welcome Dan to FlightSafety Unmanned Systems Training and look forward to his contributions,” said Nora Ann Mishler, Director, Unmanned Systems Training, Commercial and Government. “Our Customers and prospects will benefit from his experience in aviation training and his commitment to provide outstanding service and support. Dan will be based at our Unmanned Systems Training Center in Las Vegas.”
Dan began his career with FlightSafety in 2004 and has held a number of positions with increasing responsibility since then. They include Product Marketing Manager, Piper Cheyenne I, II and IIXL Flight Instructor, Assistant Director of Training, Director of Training, Center Manager, Director of Business Development, Director of Instructor Recruiting, and most recently Director of Sales for Gulfstream training programs.
He earned an Associate’s degree in Business Management from Triton College, a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Northeastern Illinois University, and a Master’s degree in People and Project Management from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. He also received a Certificate of Business Management in International Business from Wolfson College in the United Kingdom. Dan is an instrument rated commercial pilot with Commercial Single Engine and Multi Instrument ratings, is a Certified Flight Instructor, and holds a Remote Part 107 Pilot certificate.
FlightSafety’s Unmanned Systems Training program is designed to help commercial operators achieve the highest levels of safety and proficiency. The training is offered in the Las Vegas area and at several FlightSafety Learning Centers in the United States. Unmanned Aircraft Systems practical flight training is delivered in conjunction with Praxis Aerospace Concepts at the FlightSafety Las Vegas UAS Learning Center which has operations in Henderson and at Searchlight Airfield.