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Ian Cooper named as new CEO for Airways Aviation Group

Posted 11 December 2015 · Add Comment

Ian Cooper has been named as new the new CEO for Airways Aviation Group, which supplies training to the Middle East market.

Cooper takes over from his current role as general manager and head of training for Europe. He will take over the role and the effective day to day responsibilities from current CEO, founder and owner of the Airways Aviation Group, Romy Hawatt, who is retiring as CEO. 

Cooper said: “ Airways Aviation Academy is growing rapidly. We have made significant strides forward and have more to achieve. We have the right capability, desire, commitment, passion and experience to deliver exceptional results. I am really proud of our achievements as a global team; from successful launches of our ‘Elite Pathways Programme’, collaboration with universities, cabin crew training in Asia to foundation schools globally have all given us a great platform to work from. We are fully committed to ensuring flexibility for our airline partners in response to an increasingly demanding marketplace and needs of the industry and have some exciting plans and announcement for the future. 

“My focus is now to continue the growth and success of the business to deliver high quality, innovative solutions for Airlines and continue to be the -Global educator in Aviation”

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