Company Provided Introductory Memberships For Its Retail
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) said
Tuesday that Phillips 66 Aviation has provided introductory
membership in NATA to its branded dealers that are currently not
NATA members. NATA says the move allows these dealers the
opportunity to experience all the benefits of NATA membership,
while supporting the national association.
"We believe it is important to have a strong, national organization
representing the interests of the general aviation industry and our
branded dealers," said Rod Palmer, manager of general aviation for
Phillips 66 Aviation. "Supporting NATA is one way of ensuring a
The Phillips 66 Aviation dealers will be able to take
advantage of NATA's advocacy efforts, be informed of developments
in the industry via NATA's member publications, and be able to
participate in NATA's money-saving benefit programs such as
Workers' Compensation insurance.
"NATA applauds Phillips 66 Aviation for recognizing the importance
of a strong national association, and we look forward to working
with them and their constituents for years to come," said NATA
President James K. Coyne.