Director of The 3500
Capt Rob Moser's Bio:
Auburn University, Bachelor Business Administration 1966-1970
1966-1970 Auburn University Department of Aviation- Flight Instructor, Flight Standards Supervisor, Charter Pilot for Auburn University Athletic Department
1968-1970 Contract pilot- Alcohol Tobacco Firearms Division, US Treasury Department,( now under Justice Department)
1970-1972-Regional Manager, Western region, FLIGHTECH, Inc, aircraft leasing/flight training (Company car was an Mooney Super 21)
1972- Delta Air Lines, Inc Hired into Marketing Division as temporary part-time reservations sales agent ,
1973-1977- Delta Air Lines general reservations sales agent, executive accounts agent, vacation planning agent,customer service agent, resevations sales supervisor.
1975- Selected by SR VP Marketing to testify before the CAB court in Washington DC on behalf of Delta seeking non-stop route authority ATL-BOS. Route awarded to Delta. Eastern basically pulled out their wide bodies several months later due to competition from Delta This route became a major revenue producer/profit maker for Delta.
!977-2005- Second Officer/First Officer/Captain/Line Check Airman, B727,737,757,767,767ER,777, DC9, MD88, L1011, MD11
Facilitator, In Command, Facilitator,New Hire, interviewer, New Hire pilot candidates,, Marketing projects, Pilot Month, Pro-Team(year-round pilot month) , internal Flight Ops auditor, under direction of Harry Alger, Dave Greenberg, Richard Colby, and Dave Bushy.
2005-present- career counsellor/interview coach for AIR, INC, Kit Darby, President
2006-2008- Flight Instructor/ Flight Examiner, FAA part 142, B757/767/777, Bond Aviation, Orlando Florida.,Larry Bond, President
2008-2011 Captain, Jet Airways, LTD, India, B777-300ER, Wet leased to Turkish Airlines(4 months), Istanbul, and Gulf Air,(4 months) Bahrain
2011- Flight Instructor DGS, MD88/90
2011-present- Flight Instructor, B777, Korean Air Lines, Incheon, South Korea
US Army, US Army Reserve, artillery grunt, wired and wireless communications specialist, forward supply Sergeant
honorable discharge, Staff Sergeant E-6.
Addendum: Shortly after going to work full time as a ground employee for Delta, I helped start a commuter airline called Southeastern Commuter Airlines, SCA, flying a Britain Norman Islander, and a Dehavilland Dove on my days off. The 2 other co-founders got some venture capital and started CCAir, in Charlotte, as a captive commuter for USAir. The commuter is now called Piedmont Airlines and still operates as a regional for USAir.
Because of my marketing background, I was frequently called upon as a public speaker by senior management,after I
became a pilot,to speak about Delta Air Lines,and answer questions, many of which were marketing related. I represented Delta as a Public Relations Ambassador.
Many of these speaking engagements took place after the 767 purchase by the employees became world-wide knowledge.