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Cecil Airport receives safety award
Michael Clinton
Jacksonville Business Journal
February 1, 2012

The Jacksonville Aviation Authority said today that Cecil Airport won the Federal Aviation Administration Southern Region’s 2011 General Aviation Airport Safety Award.

The award is based on the development and implementation of airport safety programs that result in improved safety.

“We are thrilled to receive this prestigious award,” said Rusty Chandler, Cecil Airport manager. “With management’s vision, employee knowledge and training, tenant participation and community involvement, Cecil Airport effectively enhanced its safety culture via implementation of various airport programs, improvements and initiatives.”

Some of the things Cecil has done that improved the safety of the airport include the design and execution of a safety management system program, airport tenant safety awareness, an annual safety fair and a wildlife hazard assessment.

“The Cecil Airport team is outstanding and richly deserves this award,” said Winsome A. Lenfert, airports division manager, FAA Southern Region. “Under Rusty Chandler’s leadership, they maintain a strong forward-looking focus on safety in all aspects of airport operations.”

The Southern Region comprises Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. It is is home to about 428 general aviation airports and 55 reliever airports.

Some of the things Cecil has done that improved the safety of the airport include the design and execution of a safety management system program, airport tenant safety awareness, an annual safety fair and a wildlife hazard assessment.

“The Cecil Airport team is outstanding and richly deserves this award,” said Winsome A. Lenfert, airports division manager, FAA Southern Region. “Under Rusty Chandler’s leadership, they maintain a strong forward-looking focus on safety in all aspects of airport operations.”

The Southern Region comprises Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. It is is home to about 428 general aviation airports and 55 reliever airports.

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