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Charles Taylor Adjusting strengthens its aviation team in the Middle East

Posted 21 January 2016 · Add Comment

Charles Taylor Adjusting (CTA) has appointed Richard Jackson as resident aviation surveyor and Adjuster in Dubai.

Jackson brings over 25 years’ aviation engineering and insurance experience with him. 

Jackson’s appointment further enhances CTA’s service offering in the region and continues its commitment to both the local and international insurance markets. He will be responsible for strengthening CTA’s aviation presence in the Middle East and surrounding areas. His expertise on the Boeing and Airbus fleet will be particularly valuable to CTA’s clients in the region, who are experiencing substantial growth in both narrow and wide body aircraft fleets. 

Jackson joined CTA following three years with an international aviation adjuster. He previously worked as an aviation engineer with international airlines including Virgin Atlantic, British Airways and Monarch Airlines. He has type approval on numerous Boeing and Airbus aircraft. 

Robert McParlin, managing director, CTA Aviation, said: “We are committed to providing clients with access to high levels of technical expertise, to handle their aviation claims wherever they occur in the world.  There is no substitute to having experienced aircraft engineers involved when handling the complex aviation losses and Richard’s experience will prove invaluable. This new appointment further strengthens our international capability and follows the announcements on our expansion in London and Mexico last year. I am pleased to welcome him to our team and look forward to working with him.”

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