Navcon Aerospace is a global provider of effective aviation product and service solutions to clients in the civil and military fields. We believe that currently-available high-end technology, and the technology still to come, can be better harnessed to develop innovative products that focus on the real-time issues faced by any organization. We combine our aviation-related technical, operational, and managerial knowledge, skills, and resources to rejuvenate our clients’ businesses by delivering best-in- class solutions.
Our products and services are custom- made to the requirements of our clients. Superior quality and the satisfaction of our clients is our baseline. We go the extra mile! Our team of talented professionals is dedicated to providing the best possible products and services. Our product and service lines have been shaped by more than a decade of the constant delivery of quality and value to our customers.
To become the eLearning and Virtual Reality solution supplier of choice in the aviation industry.
To improve the level of safety in the aviation industry, and optimize costs by developing and delivering state-of- the-art solutions with the use of the latest technology available.
Navcon Aerospace has a dedicated team of consultants who are ready to suit up in the areas of product and service development, deployment, and delivery for the benefit our clients. Our consultants have extensive operational, technical, and managerial experience in both helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, in both civil and military operations.
Our Diverse Workforce
Navcon Aerospace has a diverse workforce, which offers a wide range of skills. Our employees practice a goal-oriented work culture, and our belief is in quality. Our work is fueled by innovation and motivated toward offering par excellence products and services.
Mr. Hallam retired in 2014 after a 43-year career as a pilot in both the military and the commercial aviation industry. Mr. Hallam was qualified in eight different fleet types during his airline career, most recently the Airbus A330 on international routes while based at US Airways in Charlotte, NC.
For the past 16 years, Mr. Hallam served in the training department at US Airways as an instructor pilot, check airman and FAA designer on three different fleet types. In addition, he was involved in numerous special projects, including curriculum development, standardization and check airman training. As an SME in the Advanced Qualification Program department, he was responsible for conducting operational safety audits, creating continuing check airman training courses and preparing the Flight Standards and Training department for an IATA safety audit.
As a U.S. Air Force military pilot, Mr. Hallam flew the F-4 Phantom during a combat tour in Southeast Asia and later served as an F-4 instructor pilot.
James C. Lichlyter
Mr. Lichlyter has over 28 years of aviation experience. He received his A & P Certificate in 1982, Flight Engineer Certificate in 1984, Inspection Authorization in 1995 and IS-BAO Auditor Accreditation in 2007. A Corporate Part 125 Director of Maintenance for 14 years, he gained extensive experience in…..
In addition, he has held a Flight Engineer Check Airman position with both Part 121 and 125 operators. Mr. Lichlyter has recently been working with US and International Flight Departments developing IS-BAO compliant Operations Manuals.
Mr. Bain has over 40 years of aviation experience; 12 years in the military, eight years for airlines and 20 years in corporate aviation. Mr. Bain has served in many positions, including as a fleet manager, senior check airman, chief pilot, aviation department manager and project manager.
Mr. Bain holds an FAA airline transport pilot license and is type-rated for Cessna citation, hawker 800, airbus A320, Boeing 737, 757 and 767 aircraft, and has extensive international flight experience.
Mr. Alotaibi has over 25 years of aviation experience and approximately 8,000 accident- and incident-free flight hours. He has flown different types of fixed-wing aircraft, including the B-737, DHC-8, DHC-6, CE-550 and F-27.
Mr. Alotaibi assumed several leadership positions throughout his career in aviation, including the positions of training captain, fleet manager, safety pilot and department chief pilot.
Mr. Alotaibi holds an FAA airline transport pilot license and a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Tennessee Tech University.
Mr. Comee has 40 years of aviation experience and over 8,000 accident- and incident-free flight hours. He developed the first Part 135 Modular Training Program in the United States in accordance with HB8400.10.
Mr. Comee held several leadership positions through the years with one of the largest helicopter companies in the world. There, he served as Chief Pilot 133, Assistant Chief Pilot for 135 Operations, and then for 12 years as the Director of Training for that company. During that time Mr. Comee developed many programs, such as an Air Ambulance service program for part 135 and 121 operators in Anchorage, Alaska, and one for Part 135 operations in the Gulf of Mexico area. When the Super Puma was introduced in Alaska, he developed the Hoist Operations program and an International Crewmember Training Program for offshore operations. While serving as Director of Training, he developed several manuals that were of great benefit to those fairly new to the helicopter industry.
Mr. Comee has flown many types of aircraft in a multitude of missions and environments, such as Arctic, Offshore, Mountain, and Jungle. In those areas he flew the AS332C&L, BH212, BH412, BH206B&L, BH205, BH204; AS350, AS355F, BO105, and was an FAA designate Check Airman in those aircraft.
Mr. Wecklein has over 22 years experience in flight attendant operations management, training, program development, manual development and revision and oversight. He has served in many positions,…..
Over the last eight years Mr. Wecklein has reviewed and recommended approval for the revision of multiple air carriers’ manuals and training programs, and provided detailed comments, analyses and recommendations to design safety into the operator’s manual system.
Mr. Wecklein has extensive knowledge of FAA cabin safety regulations and guidance, and ensures that the operator’s manuals and training programs conform to regulatory standards of part 121, part 125, and part 135 as applicable. He has participated in and provided oversight and evaluation and feedback for multiple aircraft certifications on Airbus A319, Boeing 727, 747, 757 and 767 aircraft. In addition, he has experience with Fokker F-28, Boeing 737, and DeHavilland Dash-8 aircraft.