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Secretary Davey, Aviation Business Award, April 8, 2013MassDOT Secretary and CEO Richard Davey this month received the "Silk Scarf" Award from the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA).  

The NBAA honored Secretary Davey, left with MassDOT Aeronautics Administrator Chris Willenborg, for his "exemplary efforts on behalf of the regional business aviation community."

Administrator Willenborg received the Silk Scarf Award in 2009.

The Award is intended to honor outstanding business aviation community members and inspire future aviators.

NBAA Northeast Regional Representative Dean Saucier said, "under Secretary Davey’s direction, the Massachusetts airport system has thrived and he has moved aviation to the forefront in the transportation department.”

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