John J. Nance:
A Special Guest Speaker
for the 2014 Conference.

For over 30 years, John has served as a leader and a pioneer in both aviation and medical safety and quality, and for the past 18 years he has become a familiar face to North American television audiences as the Aviation Analyst for ABC World News and Good Morning America
As a professional speaker, John has given thousands of presentations over the last three decades to corporations, hospitals, military groups & government departments, as well as a who's who of medical and healthcare organizations on three continents. With a rock-solid reputation for accuracy and relevance, he delivers highly informative, customized presentations in a highly effective blend of information and motivation delivered in a unique and entertaining style.

The Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association is the only organization dedicated to meeting the policy, communications and information needs of on-demand cargo aircraft operators in the United States. More than 50 FAA-certificated air carriers are regular members, and many more companies involved in the service and support of these operators have also joined RACCA.

Since its inception in 2002, RACCA's goal of establishing itself as an effective leadership organization for regional cargo airlines remain unchanged. The association is a key advocate on behalf of regional cargo carriers throughout North America before various federal government agencies, including:

The Federal Aviation Administration
The Transportation Security Administration
The Department of Transportation

By establishing and fostering close contacts within the industry, RACCA's successes include:

Forging close working relationships with other aviation organizations
Improving relationships with manufacturers and suppliers
Ensuring a safe and secure operating environment
Promoting modernization of existing regulations impacting our industry

As we look to the future we are proud to report that our membership growth has exceeded our most optimistic expectations and our efforts on their behalf in Washington have been very positive.

If you are a participant in the regional air cargo industry, I urge to join RACCA today. Your membership and support gives us the strength in numbers that is important as we bring the issues to the forefront of legislators and regulators.

Important issues such as the FAA's Part 135 review, TSA mandates, security and insurance are areas on which are currently concentrating our efforts. RACCA continues its program of introduction and education to all segments of government and industry in Washington and elsewhere.

RACCA members and representatives have held important seats on study committees. The reception of RACCA at all of our visits has been welcome and constructive.