Davenport joins FSI senior management in New York

Terry Spruce

David DavenportFlightSafety International has announced that David Davenport will join the company’s senior management team at its corporate offices in New York.

Davenport was recently promoted to vice president. He previously served as manager of FlightSafety’s Savannah learning centre and regional operations manager.

“We look forward to having David join us in New York,” said Bruce Whitman, president & CEO.

Whitman added: “His experience, insight, and leadership abilities will contribute to our ongoing efforts to enhance the training products and services we provide, deliver the highest level of Customer service, and help to ensure the continued effective and efficient management of the company.”

Davenport graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1982 with a degree in business management and then served in the Air Training Command and joined Flight Safety International in 1996 and most recently was promoted to vice president earlier this year.

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