Aviation in Montana

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Ted Mathis to Kick off Aviation Conference as Keynote Speaker

Ted Mathis will be the Montana Aviation Conference keynote speaker during the Thursday kickoff luncheon on February 28. Ted’s topic is “Some Interesting Pilots I Have Known”.

Ted Mathis was born and raised in White Sulphur Springs, Montana. He learned to fly off the old dirt strip there and soloed at the age of 16. He earned his private pilot certificate at age 17, and then commercial and flight instructor certificates at age 18. Ted started his aviation career as a flight instructor for K&K Aircraft Inc. of Helena. He went on to fly for Hensley Flying Service of Havre, Yellowstone Aviation of West Yellowstone, and the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) Aeronautics Division. Ted also holds multi-engine, Instrument, and airframe and powerplant mechanic ratings. He received degrees in secondary and vocational education from Northern Montana College and is an Accredited Airport Executive.

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