P L A N E S E N S E
I N F O R M AT I O N A L Q U A R T E R LY
PLANESENSE, INC. DEPUTY
GENERAL COUNSEL APPOINTED
BY GOVERNOR MAGGIE HASSAN
Lorri Badolato, who has served as our in-house Deputy
General Counsel since 2007, has been appointed by New
Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan, with the consent of
the Governor’s Council, to serve as a representative of
Corporate Aviation on the New Hampshire Aviation Users
Advisory Board. The Board is a seven-member body
created by state law to advise the Director of the Division of
Aeronautics, Rail and Transit (a division of the New Hampshire
Department of Transportation) “on all matters relative to the
operation of airports and licensing of pilots and other aviation
personnel.” The Board also acts as an appellate body, and
hears appeals of decisions of the Director of Aeronautics, Rail
and Transit relating to aeronautics.
specialty menu. When it comes to dinner, The Washington
Inn has been unanimously selected by locals and visitors
as the best restaurant for its French décor and cuisine,
large wine selection, and most importantly for the
enthusiastic, friendly service.
When you’re not wandering Jackson Street or relaxing
on the beaches, other guest attractions to partake in
include Sunset Beach at dusk or dawn, the Boardwalk,
the Cape May Lighthouse, the Cape May Zoo, the
Emlen Physick Estate, and Historic Cold Springs Village.
The city also has museums, tours, a mall, spa, theater,
breweries, golf, and the option for plenty of water-related
activities, such as paddleboarding, surfing, jet skiing,
fishing, and kayaking.
With the PlaneSense
program you can fly into the Cape
May Airport (WWD), which is just a 15-minute drive from
the center of Cape May. This is a must-visit destination
with lots to do, see, and enjoy.
All Board members must have a valid pilot’s license, and they
are typically individuals considered authoritative in matters
of aeronautics, generally, and in the field they are chosen to
represent, specifically. In addition to the field of corporate
aviation that Lorri will represent, the other constituencies
required to be represented by Board members, according to
state law, are airlines, airport management, airport authorities
or municipal airport governing agencies, two members from
the New Hampshire general aviation community, and the
Commissioner of Transportation or his/her designee.
Lorri is a graduate of the Boston University College of Arts
and Sciences and the Suffolk University School of Law,
and is an active member of both the New Hampshire and
Massachusetts Bars. She has a Private Pilot Certificate with
a Single Engine-Land rating, and she is a member of the
Lawyer-Pilot Bar Association and the International Air and
Transportation Safety Bar Association.