An aviation professional with diverse experience in his field, Krishna Ajvalia has worked in a number of training and technical capacities over the course of his career. Educated at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, Krishna Ajvalia enriched his coursework in aeronautical science with various internships and professional roles. Among these, Mr. Ajvalia completed a summer noise abatement internship at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, fulfilled two dispatch internships with Teterboro-based Jet Aviation, and worked as a fuel truck operator at Jet Center in Daytona Beach during his junior year. After graduating from ERAU in 2001 with a bachelor of science, Mr. Ajvalia went on to earn credentials such as an Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate, FCC Radio Operator License, and Class 1 Medical Certificate.
Since then, Krishna Ajvalia has worked for Air Fleet Training Systems, where he maintained Part 61 and 141 records and contributed to students’ team-building skills development, among other activities. In his free time, he enjoys making music, working around the house, and watching movies such as “Top Gun.”