Washington D.C. - Morten Beyer & Agnew (www.mba.aero) appointed Patrick J. Daley to take the reins as Chief Operating Officer following the retirement of Nick Lacey. As COO, Mr. Daley will be responsible for operations at mba leading its Valuations, Business Consulting, Safety and Technical Divisions. Mr. Daley’s tenure at mba began in 1998, and for fifteen years he has been an integral part of the firm’s work as Lead Auditor, Evaluator, and Instructor in the company’s IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) program, as well as project manager on numerous consulting projects.
With over thirty years of aviation background, Mr. Daley brings experience to mba as a pilot, a former Airline Director of Safety, and is an experienced international air carrier inspector and analyst, with extensive background in worldwide operations. He specializes in the technical analysis of all facets of air carrier operations, with specific achievements in recommending and developing control systems and strategies, eliminating unnecessary procedures, tailoring processes, evaluating management personnel and increasing overall airline efficiency. Mr. Daley is also an experienced attorney, practiced in civil litigation as well as business and financial transactions. Mr. Daley will be based at mba headquarters in the Washington DC office.
mba, founded in 1992, is an independent international aviation consulting firm specializing in airline management, marketing, maintenance and operations, regulatory compliance, technical support, asset value appraisal and technical analysis, forecasting of commercial jet transport, and general consulting for the aviation industry. mba publishes, semi-annually, periodicals forecasting aircraft values to 20 years in the future. (Publications/Products: Red book of Future Aircraft Values (FAV) – Jet Transport PLUS Cargo, Regional; eFAV: on-line valuation tool).