Capt. Jim Mangie-Delta Air Lines

Capt. Jim Mangie is currently the Pilot Fatigue Program Director and a Line Check Airman on the Boeing 757/767 for Delta Air Lines, performing aircraft training and evaluation of line pilots in day-to-day operations. He also serves as the technical advisor to IATA for the ICAO Fatigue Risk Management Task Force and was the industry co-chair for the FAA Flight Crewmember Duty and Rest Requirements ARC in 2009. In the 22 years he’s been at Delta, he’s held positions as a Chief Pilot, Base Director and General Manager. In these positions he’s been responsible for administrative support and operational performance of approximately 4000 pilots in both the domestic and international system as well as overall operational oversight of the domestic system. He has flown the B727, B757, B767, DC9 and the MD88.
Capt. Mangie graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, AZ in 1981 and was commissioned through OTS that same year. He is a 22 year veteran of the U.S. Air Force and Air Force reserve. He has flown over 3200 hours in the T-37, T-38 and C-130B/E/H/H2. His military positions included Instructor/Evaluator Pilot, Chief of Standardization/Evaluation, Chief Pilot and Operations Officer. His final assignment was at HQ U.S. Special Operations Command where he served as Legislative Affairs Officer. He retired in 2003.