THE INTERNATIONAL AVIATION CLUB BRINGS TOGETHER AVIATION INTERESTS IN SUPPORT OF A COMMON OBJECTIVE:
"...to foster and promote interest in the maintenance and development of aircraft, airports, air navigation and air transportation, international agreements, cooperation and treaties, as all of these... apply to international aviation."
In Memoriam: Michael Evan Korens
Mike was a member of the Arizona, New York, and Washington DC bar associations. He worked for years as an attorney – during which period he served on the Senate Aviation Subcommittee and the Bush-Cheney transition team. Later in his career, he moved into aviation consultancy, serving many airlines, airports and aviation companies.
Mike was known for his kind and generous spirit and deep sense of honor and integrity. He will be sadly missed by us all.
Mike is survived by his brother, Joel. The funeral and a memorial service will be held Thursday, March 12 at Green Acres Mortuary and Cemetery in Scottsdale, AZ. In lieu of flowers, Mike’s family is requesting all donations be made in his name to Mike’s favorite charity, Share McLean (www.shareofmclean.org 703-229-1414).
IAC sends their sincerest condolences to Mike’s family.
New trends and critical developments throughout international air transportation are the focus of the International Aviation Club of Washington, D.C. Since 1961, the IAC has been the forum for new faces and new pronouncements affecting commercial aviation in the United States and the worldwide community.
To carry out its purpose, the Club encourages the establishment of professional contacts through the Club's monthly luncheons featuring distinguished speakers from government and the private sector who are engaged in world aviation. The Club's festive holiday party for members and their guests, held at an embassy in early December, has become a traditional high point of each year for Washington's aviation community.