Gregory Feith is a former Senior Air Safety Investigator and “Go-Team” captain with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), and has investigated over 2500 accidents worldwide during his 36-year career.
Greg received a BS degree in Aeronautical Studies from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and holds Airline Transport Pilot (ATP), Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) and Instrument Instructor (CFII) certificates as well as Advanced and Instrument Ground Instructor certificates. He has won numerous NTSB and aviation industry awards including the Aviation Week and Space Technology Laurel Award in 1996 and the SAFE Association, Michael R. Grost Award for “outstanding contribution in the field of accident investigation.”
Greg conducts safety lectures worldwide and is a guest instructor in various aviation venues including his alma mater ERAU. He regularly appears in a variety of aviation safety-related television programs such as Mayday, Seconds to Disaster, and Why Airplanes Crash that air on the Discovery channel, TLC, the History Channel, National Geographic, and MSNBC. In addition, he is the Aviation Safety Analyst for NBC News and he recently won a National Emmy Award for his expertise as part of the NBC News team coverage of the Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 Shootdown.
Although Greg calls Golden, Colorado home, he spends a good majority of his time navigating through airports and traveling on the world’s safest mode of transportation.