Be an Associate!


FRA has over 1,000 aerospace professionals, including pilots of manned and unmanned aircraft, air traffic controllers, engineers, and scientists.  The value of that database is that it is always changing, constantly renewing, adding new experience and insight to an already deep bench of professionals. If you are interested in learning more about what it means to be a Flight Research Associate, and if you are interested in helping advance aerospace technology for customers like NASA, the FAA, and industry, contact us today.


For more information on how to become a Flight Research Associate contact:


Mark Rowland:









For Air Traffic Control opportunities or inquiries, please contact:


Patricia Daniel-