Leber made PASSUR innovation chief

PASSUR Aerospace has promoted Bill Leber to the position of vice president, air traffic innovations.

White joined the company in 2007 as a consultant and in 2008 became an employee and the director of Air Traffic Management. He was promoted to vice president of Air Traffic Management in 2010, and senior vice president of Technology and Air Traffic Management in 2011.

Before joining the company, White spent 32 years in government service with the Federal Aviation Administration  (FAA) and the US Military. Between 2002 and 2007 he was a Senior Manager for the FAA in New York. Before joining the FAA, he was a US Army Special Ops helicopter pilot serving with TF 160th.

Jim Barry, PASSUR Aerospace president and chief executive said: “Bill is one of the most highly respected and accomplished air traffic management leaders in the industry, and will add an important new dimension to PASSUR’s long-range product planning.”

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