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Ryan Konrath was recruited to Wings Insurance in the fall of 2012 to continue the growth of Wings Insurance in existing and new markets, including but not limited to Corporate Fleets, FBO’s & Flight Schools, Ag-aircraft, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
Ryan's primary focus is establishing new relationships with Clients and developing and strengthening relationships with existing Clients. He is an active member of many Owner Groups and travels year round to see clients and conventions. Ryan was promoted to Wings Insurance's Aerial Application broker in the spring of 2014 and handles all Aerial Application accounts. Additionally, he is involved with managing some of Wings largest aircraft fleet & FBO accounts.
Ryan utilizes his training background and knowledge of advanced aircraft to help develop and approve advanced training programs. Because of his knowledge of advanced aircraft and systems Ryan is able to persuade aviation insurance markets to offer exceptional policies.
After high school Ryan attended the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, ND. During his time at UND, Ryan not only was a commercial aviation student but was a member of the Division I football team as a wide receiver. Ryan was recognized for not only his play on the field but his ability off the field as a teammate, leader, and member of the community with several awards throughout his career on the gridiron.
Ryan began his post-graduate career working as a Flight Manager/Lead Flight Instructor for the University Of North Dakota John D. Odegard School Of Aerospace Sciences. In this role he was directly responsible for hundreds of instructors, undergrad students, and Air China Airlines employees. He also was an FAA approved Check Instructor for the university along with his responsibilities as a flight instructor. In 2011 Ryan decided that he wanted to pursue his childhood dream of being an airline pilot and was hired by Pinnacle Airlines as a First Officer on the CRJ-200 Aircraft.