Lance M. Bozlinski
440 West 91st Circle Phone: 303-908-4536
Thornton, CO 80260 E-Mail: l.bozlinski@att.net

Objective To obtain an entry-level Safety, Safety Program Manager, or Safety Trainer position in aviation

Flight Times Total Time: 6161
Turbine: 4840
Pilot-in-Command: 2391 Second-in-Command: 3683
DHC8: 1441 Jet Pilot-in-Command: 1160
Dual Given: 910 Multi-Engine: 5048

Ratings Air Transport Pilot: AMEL & AMES
Type Ratings: CL65 & B737
Commercial Pilot: ASEL
Flight Instructor: ASE, AME, & Instrument Airplane
FAA First Class Medical FCC Restricted Radio Operators Permit

Experience
04/07 to 01/09 United Airlines First Officer: Part 121 Boeing 737 passenger airline
08/00 to 11/01 Chicago, IL operations in the United States and Canada. Accountable for flight safety, security and regulatory compliance, and
preflight preparation and supervision including weather analysis, fuel planning, and aircraft maintenance status

03/04 to 04/07 Skywest Airlines Captain: Part 121 Canadair Regional Jet (CL65),
Chicago, IL passenger airline operations throughout US and Canada

03/03 to 03/04 Caribbean Sun Airlines First Officer: Part 121 Dehavilland Dash 8 (DHC8),
San Juan, Puerto Rico passenger airline operations throughout the Caribbean

11/02 to 03/04 Ritz Carlton Hotel Mate: 53’ Catamaran, responsible for customer
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands experience, safety, and sail boat handling

03/02 to 03/03 Sea Trekking at Coral World Rescue Diver: Responsible for safety, customer service,
St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands and education on dive tours of the Caribbean coral reefs

11/98 to 08/00 Horizon Air First Officer: Part 121 Dehavilland Dash 8 (DHC8),
Boise, ID airline operations throughout the Pacific Northwest

12/97 to 11/98 University of North Dakota Flight Instructor: Part 141 instruction of students from
08/96 to 05/97 Grand Forks, ND private pilot to multi-engine instructor flight ratings

05/97 to 12/97 Regal Air Flight Instructor: Flight and ground instruction for Everett, WA
private pilot and instrument ratings

05/96 to 08/96 United Airlines Flight Safety Department Flight Officer Intern: Aided in flight safety
Elk Grove Village, IL investigations, NTSB accident and incident reports, legal
research, and production and editing of UAL Flight Safety manuals and publications

Education University of North Dakota (UND) Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics
08/93 to 05/97 Grand Forks, ND Magna Cum Laude - 3.66 GPA

Additional Courses in Human Factors, Safety and Studying the human/machine interface, communication,
Training and Crew Resource Management (CRM) leadership, advocacy, teamwork, and decision-making
Experience Instruction Given: American Red Cross First Aid, CPR, and Lifeguard Classes
Wilderness Pilot’s Assn. CPR and post aircraft accident survival skills
Tall Ship “Alvei” Ship navigation and sailing