Amis Recognized by Governor and Commission for Service
At its meeting on Wednesday, July 14, the Aeronautics Commission recognized the long-standing service of former District 5 Commissioner Dave Amis for his years of service to the commission from January 17, 1997 through December 31, 2020.
Amis was first appointed to the Aeronautics Commission in 1996 by Gov. Frank Keating, and was reappointed by Gov. Brad Henry and Gov. Mary Fallin. He served four times as chairman of the commission during his four appointed terms.
Amis owns an aviation sales and consulting firm, Vector Air, Inc., and has 40 years of experience in the aviation industry. Previously, he held executive positions with Commuter Air Technology, a King Air aftermarket parts company and Aero Design, Inc., an aviation-related development and consulting firm. He also served as president and chief executive officer for the Downtown Airpark in Oklahoma City, the oldest and largest Twin Commander Sales and Service Center in the world.
Amis is a licensed pilot with multi-engine, commercial, and instrument-ratings.