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Fomer Qatar Executive EVP Dave Edwards takes leading role at Synergy

Posted 7 September 2016 · Add Comment

The former executive vice president of Qatar Airways Executive and managing director, Middle East and Asia at Gama Aviation, Dubai, Dave Edwards has joined Synergy Aviation.

He is joined there by Tom Wells, previously managing director Europe for Gama Aviation.
Glen Heavens, Managing Director commented: “After 12 years of growing Synergy Aviation into a market leading jet and turboprop management company and aircraft operator I’m thrilled to welcome Dave and Tom into the business. Both have significant track records in our industry and have delivered strong growth time and again in their careers across the spectrum of business aviation services. I’m really looking forward to working with them as we continue to develop and expand the business.”
Dave Edwards added: “Glen and his team deserve significant praise for the success they have made of Synergy Aviation over the past 12 years, most of it during incredibly tough trading conditions around the globe. They’ve created opportunities for themselves in unique and challenging markets and that experience will form an excellent footing for the growth in aircraft management and ancillary services we are aiming for in the coming years.”
 

Synergy Aviation management team includes Glen Heavens, Tom Wells and Dave Edwards (right) 

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