Matthew Curtis

Chief Safety Officer

Matthew began his adventure in aviation in 1996 at the Manhattan Regional Airport. Working at the airport, he traded hours fueling planes for dual flight instruction. Soon, at the young age of 16, he found himself a new Private Pilot! In 2003, after attending UND Aerospace in North Dakota where he completed all his professional licenses, he moved to Minnesota where he owned and operated a Part 61 flight school for several years in Little Falls (KLXL) and has more than 1500 hours of dual instruction in various aircraft.

After 7 years of flying corporate jets for companies such as Ashley Furniture, he moved back to his hometown of Manhattan, KS in June of 2014 and currently works at Agtech, Inc. In his role as Flex Air’s Chief Safety Officer, Matthew is responsible for the development, implementation, and oversight of our safety program. Matthew holds an ATP license and multiple type ratings.

He has never forgotten the excitement of a new students and the real reason people fall in love with aviation.

Matthew Curtis

Chief Safety Officer

Matthew began his adventure in aviation in 1996 at the Manhattan Regional Airport. Working at the airport, he traded hours fueling planes for dual flight instruction. Soon, at the young age of 16, he found himself a new Private Pilot! In 2003, after attending UND Aerospace in North Dakota where he completed all his professional licenses, he moved to Minnesota where he owned and operated a Part 61 flight school for several years in Little Falls (KLXL) and has more than 1500 hours of dual instruction in various aircraft.

After 7 years of flying corporate jets for companies such as Ashley Furniture, he moved back to his hometown of Manhattan, KS in June of 2014 and currently works at Agtech, Inc. In his role as Flex Air’s Chief Safety Officer, Matthew is responsible for the development, implementation, and oversight of our safety program. Matthew holds an ATP license and multiple type ratings.

He has never forgotten the excitement of a new students and the real reason people fall in love with aviation.

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