Airclaims announces three new appointments


Airclaims announces appointments in their Risk and Asset Management Team and Claims Teams, both based in London.

Airclaims Limited has announced three appointments to their Risk & Asset Management.

John Morgan joined the Risk & Asset Management team in October with 38 years’ experience in the aviation industry ranging from mechanical apprentice to Technical Manager. John is a EASA Part 66 B1 and C Licensed Engineer with various type ratings and has held Form 4 UK CAA post holder positions for two UK airlines. His experience is varied and includes many other positions of responsibility.

Sally Sutherland joins Airclaims as a Technical Services & Planning Assistant. Sally has four years’ experience working in technical records which includes maintaining aircraft documentation, planning maintenance checks, liaising with engineers to ensure they are working to correct revision data and ensuring all safety and quality procedures are adhered to.

Phil Spurr who joined Airclaims in 2011 as a Surveyor / Project Manager within the global Risk and Asset Management team has recently been promoted to the role of Continuing Airworthiness Manager. Phil will be responsible for the day to day running of Airclaims’ CAMO team, supporting these activities for corporate, commercial carriers and leasing companies.

Airclaims have also announced two appointments in their Claims Team.

Gary Clift joins as part of the Claims team. Gary is a qualified Licenced Aircraft Engineer with 22 years’ industry experience and joins us from Qantas Airways where he was a Duty Station Engineer. He is qualified in multiple jurisdictions with approvals on numerous aircraft types including Boeing 747-400 and Airbus A380-800. Previously Gary has worked for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic in various roles such as Maintenance Control Engineer, Senior Certifying Engineer and Duty Station Engineer.

Stephen Hill who has worked at the company since 2005 has recently been promoted to Senior Surveyor in recognition of his proven abilities in handling major complex claims.

Mark Hunter, Airclaims CEO comments “We are delighted to be investing in high calibre personnel from the aviation industry, whilst at the same time promoting staff internally. Airclaims is a niche business and finding the right people with specialist knowledge in the current environment is vital to further the success and growth of our business. We have a great track record of recruiting and training excellent people and look forward to continuing with our investment programme.”

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