Mr. Armstrong has served as the Chair of the Aviation Section of the State Bar of Georgia since 1998. He is also a contributing editor to the Lawyer-Pilots Bar Association Journal and is a founding member of the National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association. Mr. Armstrong has litigated cases in both state and federal courts involving aviation accidents in the United States and abroad. Also, he has testified as an expert in aviation law before the House Aviation Subcommittee.
An active pilot and air show performer, Mr. Armstrong has represented numerous pilots accused of regulatory infractions in proceedings before the National Transportation Safety Board. The rights of aeronautical users to have non-discriminatory access to public use airports is an important part of his law practice, including Part 16 proceedings before the Federal Aviation Administration. Finally, Mr. Armstrong also handles business transactions, aircraft acquisitions, FAA enforcement issues, NTSB and civil litigation, as well as personal injury matters.