February 13, 2014
MANASSAS, VA (rushPRnews) 02/13/14 — Cook Discussed Increased Security Measures Around Sochi Olympics
Alan Cook, founder and CEO of Metropolitan Aviation, a Virginia-based private jet management and charter company, was featured on Saturdays with Siri, a popular Fox News Radio segment, to discuss the aviation industry’s need for heightened security when flying to and from Sochi, Russia.
At one point in the interview, Alan clarified whether Metropolitan Aviation had to follow the same TSA-regulations as commercial airliners: “We are following the same procedures as well as taking additional steps that are required to fly into and out of Sochi during the Olympics.” You can listen to the rest of the interview on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MetropolitanAviation.
Cook, an internationally respected pilot with over 17,000 hours of flight experience and in-depth knowledge of the private aircraft market, is still available for interview on aviation safety and security as it relates to the Sochi Olympics. For an interview with Alan Cook or more information on Metropolitan Aviation, please contact Tyler Stuckey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 507-276-9896.
About Metropolitan Aviation
Metropolitan Aviation operates on the principles of integrity, experience and a paramount commitment to safety. Aircraft owners, charter clients and brokers worldwide have come to expect and value the company’s dedicated flight crews, top-quality equipment, and 24/7 customer service backed by superior maintenance and ground personnel. Two captain-qualified pilots crew each Metropolitan Aviation flight, ensuring the highest levels of safety and performance.
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