Long ago and far, far away, Alan began his career as an attorney by working on whatever case came his way in the form of criminal and family law work.

However, his passion has always been aviation. He learned to fly when he was 16. In July 2016, he locked himself away for several weeks in his law library and worked on passing the test to become an ATP. In between learning to fly and getting his ATP, he became a CFI, aerobatic pilot who flies in airshows in his “Kate,” the Japanese Bomber, and an AT-6.

Alan Armstrong’s Media Appearances

Interview on CNN about recent Boeing 737 max 8 crashes

On March 17 2019, Alan Armstrong, aviation attorney and pilot is interviewed by CNN journalist George Howell about the crashes of two Boeing 737 max 8 aircraft

Interview on CNN about Southwest Flight 1380

Alan Armstrong, aviation attorney and pilot is interviewed by Brooke Baldwin of CNN about Southwest Flight 1380 where jet engine compressor blade penetrated the cabin window resulting in the death of a passenger. Armstrong describes a jet engine as a "Cylinder of...

Interview on CBS about unaccompanied minor not allowed to board Frontier Airlines flight

On August 14th, 2018, Alan Armstrong, pilot and aviation lawyer, was interviewed on CBS 46 about Frontier Airlines flight from Orlando, Florida to Atlanta, Georgia where unaccompanied minor was not permitted to board the flight after his aunt left him at the gate.

Interview on CNN TV about flight diverted with unaccompanied minors on board

On August 9th, 2018, Alan Armstrong, pilot and aviation lawyer, was interviewed by Brooke Baldwin of CNN on August 9, 2018, regarding Frontier Flight No. 1756 that was to have landed in Orlando but diverted to Atlanta and the lack of communication between the airline and the parents of unaccompanied minor children aboard the flight

Interview on WXIA: Father sues flight school over Son’s death.

Rebecca Lindstrom of WXIA TV, Channel 11, interviewed Alan Armstrong about the death of a student pilot killed on a training flight when his aircraft crashed due to fuel exhaustion. Alan Armstrong filed the complaint for wrongful death against the flight school....

Interview on WSB-TV about mechanic who threatened to sabotage aircraft

Nicole Carr of WSB-TV, Channel 2 interviewed Alan Armstrong about aircraft mechanic Nuetne Williamson who, in Las Vegas, threatened to sabotage aircraft in the presence of law enforcement officers. Williamson was promptly arrested and incarcerated in Las Vegas, and...

Interview on CNN about Airbus A-319 windshield failure

On April 15 2018, Alan Armstrong was interviewed by Brianna Keller of CNN about an Airbus A-319 that sustained a failure in the co-pilot's windshield at 33,000 feet over China. Despite the emergency, the captain was able to safely land the aircraft. The failure of the...

Interview on CBS-46 about C-130 Hercules Military Plane Crash

Alan Armstrong is interviewed by CBS-46's Vince Sims, about the C-130 Hercules Military Transport Plane that crashed near Savannah on May 2, 2018. The plane went down not far from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. The aircraft was part of the Puerto Rico...

Interview on WAGA on April 17 about Southwest Flight 1380

On April 17 2018, Alan Armstrong was interviewed on WAGA Fox 5 by Denise Dillon, about Southwest Flight 1380 which suffered a catastrophic explosion in its left engine (A cfm-56 engine). Southwest Flight 1380 took off from New York, and was headed to Dallas when the...

Renewed Search for Mechanic Charged in ValuJet Crash

On April 6 2018, Alan Amrstron was interviewed on Fox 5 about the renewed search for the mechanic who was charged in the ValuJet airplane crash, that ocurred on May 11, 1996, when flight 592 crashed into the Everglades, killing all 110 people onboard.

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