The Boeing Center for Aviation and Aerospace Safety provides research, education and industry engagement to promote global aviation and aerospace safety. Our center proactively identifies and addresses key safety challenges.
Artistic rendering of The Boeing Center for Aviation and Aerospace Safety on the Daytona Beach campus, expected to open in 2024.
Be the global leader for enhancing aviation and aerospace safety.
Promote, lead and foster collaboration among academic and industry leaders, focusing on research, education, training and consulting that will enhance aviation and aerospace safety.
- Provide quality education and training to support safety awareness.
- Lead and conduct relevant research and consulting projects to enhance safety.
- Support innovation and safety thought leadership.
Robert L. Sumwalt
Executive Director, Robertson Safety Institute
Director of Professional Programs
Senior Administrative Assistant
Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor for Flight Deck Human Factors, FAA
President, West Houston Airport
Vice President of Corporate Safety, Security and Compliance, Republic Airways
President, Elwell & Associates
Aviation Regulatory Counsel, Zipline
Vice President of Safety, Security and Technical Affairs, Airbus Americas, Inc.
Senior Vice President, AOPA Air Safety Institute
President and CEO, RTCA, Inc.
Vice President of Flight Operations and Safety, UPS
Vice President of Global Aviation Safety Initiatives, The Boeing Company
Vice President of Safety, Environmental and Regulatory Compliance, American Airlines
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Donations to The Boeing Center for Aviation and Aerospace Safety Fund for Excellence will be utilized for faculty development, curriculum innovation, student enrichment, and capital equipment.