IBA is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Brooker, who joins the global aviation consultancy in a new role heading up their busy technical department.
Paul has an extensive background in civil aviation spanning over 30 years and his previous positions have included roles at Aero Nusantara Indonesia, the Malaysian Air Services Agency, BAE Systems, and Monarch Aircraft Engineering. He brings a wealth of expertise both as a Part 66 EASA Licensed Aircraft Engineer, and in the fields of aircraft manufacture, maintenance and project management. Paul has also been actively involved in certification issues for both civilian and military applications.
James Uniacke, IBA’s Head of Asset Management comments “Paul’s skills are of the highest calibre and I am confident he will play a key role in the Company’s future development. His appointment further strengthens IBA’s regulatory, technical and asset management capabilities and the broad project management work conducted for our diverse, global client base.”
For more information on IBA Group and the technical services offered, please contact James Uniacke at email@example.com or for details on other services offered by IBA, please contact Owen Geach, Commercial Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0) 1372 224488.
The International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) was established in 1988 to provide independent expert business analysis to the aviation industry. IBA advises commercial and business aviation clients, aircraft/engine manufacturers and operators. Services include asset valuations, technical and engine management, consulting and commercial services, industry and sector research and analysis. Please visit www.ibagroup.com.
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