Mike will provide you with zealous advocacy in FAA Enforcement actions; FAA Safety Medical Cases; aircraft registration issues; aircraft accident investigations; hangar transactions; Part 135 (Charter Operations) matters; Part 65 (A & P Mechanic) issues; and, Part 145 (Repair Station) issues; and, aircraft liens. Mike has been a pilot since 1978, and is experienced in many different facets of aviation law.

Mike Loomis also feels very strongly about saving America's airports.  He represented the group (S.A.F.E.) that saved Smith Field Airport (KSMD) in 2003, and has consulted in other airport closing fights.  Many times the very communities that are attempting to close the airport do not understand or comprehend the potential of the airport that they are trying to shut down, and Mike can help you create a legal and public relations campaign to keep that airport open, and allow it to grow.

Mike is a past-president of the N.T.S.B. Bar Association (now called the International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association (IATSBA), comprised of attorneys that practice before the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the Department of Transportation (DOT). The main focus of the group is the representation of pilots and aviation businesses in regulatory, certification, and enforcement actions.  Mike stepped down as president after serving two terms.