Christopher Noth has always been passionate about aviation –after his birth, he went first to an airport before returning home. Today he holds a commercial pilot certificate with an instrument rating. He and wife Justine, an avid aerial photographer, make their home in coastal Florida and support a number of charitable causes, including Angel Flight Southeast, EAA Young Eagles, and Aerobridge.
Christopher grew up in Northern Kentucky and learned to fly at Lunken Field in Cincinnati, Ohio. While in Kentucky, he learned to love the outdoors during family trips camping, hiking, and fishing in the Red River Gorge and other parts of Kentucky. He originally moved to Florida to attend Embry-Riddle and decided to make his permanent home in Florida. After undergrad, he worked for Gleim as a technical writer while attending grad school at the University of Florida. Today, he works as a Program Manager for Raytheon Technologies and lives in Seminole, Florida. He enjoys any time spent outdoors, but especially enjoys paddle boarding and fishing. He is passionate about conservation and about environmental issues affecting air and water quality.