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FlightCog Relocates to Pittsburgh

Divergent Aerospace to move its offices from Denver, Colorado to The U.S. Steel Tower in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Divergent Aerospace in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Flight Cognition, Ltd.
Email: press@flightcog.io

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, May 27, 2019 — FlightCog relocates it’s national headquarters from Denver, Colorado to Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

FlightCog (formerly known as Divergent Aerospace), established in March 2014 has been located in Denver since the companies inception. However, due to the sharp economic changes that both Colorado and Denver have seen since 2013. The company owners believed that continued operation within the City of Denver and the State of Colorado was ultimately no longer viable, and no longer in the best interests of the company. Many Colorado Natives are familiar with the growing pains that were caused due to the explosive population growth that the State of Colorado and the City of Denver have experienced since 2013. The sharp rise in housing costs, increased air pollution, increased traffic, diminished capacity, rise in taxation, and rising violent crime statistics are all reasons why Divergent leadership has decided to relocate the company.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania — A city commonly remembered as the steel production capital of the world during the early U.S. Industrial Revolution has become a highly desired location for new tech startups and other innovative companies that harness Information Technology to serve their customers. While the major production of Steel in Pittsburgh is a former thought of yesterday. Thoughts of present-day Pittsburgh reflect a new city re-emerging from the dust with strong roots in Finance, Medicine, and Technology. Pittsburgh is a moderate-sized city with a small hometown feel. The leadership of FlightCog believes this geographic relocation will stimulate further growth of the company and attract new talent in a city where talent is aggressively being tapped. We are proud to call the City of Pittsburgh the new home of Flight Cognition, Ltd.

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Nick Schvabenitz
President, CTO
I am a graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. I possess multiple degrees in Aeronautics, Aircraft Maintenance Technology, and Technical Management. I'm a Content Artist and am the Founder of Divergent Aerospace. I have extensive operational experience in both domestic and international turbine flight operations under FAR Parts 61, 91, 135, and 121. During my time as an Aircraft Maintenance Journeyman in the US Air Force. I mastered the synergetic correlation between flight operations and aircraft maintenance. In General Aviation, I am a Subject Matter Expert (SME). I am an active Flight and Ground Instructor. I have vast Charter Pilot, Airline First Officer, and Airline Captain wisdom.
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