Terry King is an Engineering Psychologist in the Flight Standards Service Flight Technologies and Procedures Division, Flight Operations Branch. In this capacity, she provides human factors expertise on flight operations and flight deck technologies matters. Also, Mrs. King is team lead for enhanced flight vision systems and synthetic vision systems.
Mrs. King has contributed to a number of projects such as enhanced and synthetic vision systems, low visibility operations and proofs of concept, human performance impacts of instrument procedure design, charting and symbology, runway status lights, end around taxiways, pilot/controller procedures and phraseology, operational issues associated with approach and surface lighting, operational impacts of light emitting diodes (LEDs) in lighting system arrays, presentation of flight information on cockpit displays, direct warning systems, and others.
Academic achievements, certificates and licenses
- Bachelor of Science degree, Aeronautics, with a minor in Aviation Safety, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
- Masters degree, Human Factors and Applied Cognition, George Mason University
- Commercial Pilot License – Single and Multi-Engine, and Instrument Ratings
- Certified Flight Instructor – Single and Multi-Engine, and Instrument