Chairman and President
Daniel Slapo started his career in the United States Air Force in 1987. His USAF career stationed him in Sicily, IT, the Pentagon in Washington, DC, Hickham AFB, HI, McGuire AFB, NJ and left the AF in 1997 where he was one of 13 people selected for the crew for the Vice President of the United States. Since his departure from the AF, Daniel has assisted many companies under the umbrellas of FAR 91, 91 Sub Part K and 135 as a flight attendant.
Daniel has been involved with the NBAA FA committee, Publisher of a bi-monthly aviation newsletter titled "Corporate Flight Attendant News E-letter" and is the Secretary/Treasurer of the newly formed Tampa Bay Aviation Association. In addition to all this, Daniel received his FAA Dispatchers license in Oct 2009.
Jeff began his aviation career in the United States Air Force as an aircraft mechanic in Albuquerque, NM. He then returned home to Minnesota working for Regent Aviation, a small FBO in St. Paul as a Line Service Technician and then moving up to an aircraft mechanic. After getting out of the maintenance field, Jeff tried a few different occupations but found himself back in aviation working for Signature Fight Support as a Supervisor in Minneapolis.
After a few years he worked his way up to General Manager on the commercial side of the business with ASIG. After leaving ASIG, Jeff worked as a Regional Vice President for Primeflight Aviation services covering the Midwest Territory. Missing the FBO business, he returned to Regent Aviation who had purchased the FBO in Rochester, MN where he was the GM. After approximately six months, Regent was purchased by Signature Flight Support. In 2010 Jeff was promoted to Area Director and transferred to St. Louis, MO. From there he transferred to Palm Springs, CA, then to Boca Raton, FL and finally ended up in the Tampa area in 2016.
Jeff enjoys spending time with his wife of 33 years, his two grown sons, golfing and being part of the Big Brother/Big Sister organization.
Edward J. Page
A former federal and state prosecutor with over 35 years of legal experience, Ed Page has tried more than 100 jury trials in state and federal courts and more than 250 bench trials. In 1987, he became Tampa’s first Florida Bar Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer. Ed handles federal and state criminal and civil matters, including white collar criminal, aviation, product liability, personal injury, family law, and complex commercial litigation matters. His white collar criminal representation covers both individuals and corporate clients, health care fraud (including False Claims Act matters), criminal tax, environmental crimes, asset forfeiture, attorneys general investigations, and regulatory enforcement. In August of 2016, The Best Lawyers in America, 23rd Edition, named Ed as its 2017 Tampa Qui Tam Law "Lawyer of the Year." Ed is also the recipient of the Hillsborough County Bar Association's James H. Kynes Memorial In The Trenches Award for excellence in
He is an instrument-rated, commercial pilot and flight instructor, and provides legal representation to pilots, mechanics, drone operators, and others involved in aviation matters, including FAA enforcement actions, TSA matters, airport matters, civil disputes, insurance, taxes, aircraft ownership, and U.S. Customs matters.
Ed is a Florida Supreme Court certified Circuit Civil Mediator. He focuses his mediation work on False Claims Act cases, aviation matters, and general civil cases. Ed has held numerous positions of bar leadership, including serving as Chair of the Second District Court of Appeal Judicial Nominating Commission and The Florida Bar's Criminal Law Certification Committee.