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Nexus confirms acquisition of Wyvern Consulting

Posted 19 October 2014 · Add Comment

Aviation risk management and safety auditing company Wyvern Consulting has become part of the Saudi Arabian-based Nexus group through its US subsidiary Nexus Services America.

A new board of directors has been appointed including former NetJets Europe and Netjets Middle East chairman Vincent Santulli, former FAA associate administrator for aviation safety, Nick Sabatini, and former Beechcraft senior vice president and Landmark chief executive Shawn Vick. Wyvern CEO Art Dawley is also on the new board.
Wyvern has the internationally renowned Wingman safety programme and the connection with Nexus will be the programme rolled out to a global audience. The Wingman programme and its safety products provide in depth safety audits and detailed safety intelligence data to end-users of aircraft charter wishing to know more about the aircraft charter vendors they intend to use.
In a statement issued for tomorrow’s major global business aviation convention, NBAA, in Florida, Nexus said the acquisition will “further add to the parent company's stable of globally recognised aviation firms and further its commitment to provide cutting edge services to its clientele.”
Wyvern provides aircraft charter consumers, which include multi-national and Fortune 50 corporations, high net worth individuals or families, and government institutions, with its suite of intelligence and risk management products.
 

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