Gama Aviation makes management changes
Gama Aviation has made a number of key management changes following its merger with Hangar8 and IJC.
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Marwan Khalek, CEO of Gama Aviation said: “We are in a fortunate position of having the opportunity to build on a very strong foundation. We are adding unique skills sets to create a world class team to manage an organisation that has scale, breadth and depth encompassing most – if not all – of our clients’ needs. However, this is just the beginning, as we seek to continually strengthen the wonderful array of talent we have in line with the demands of our forecasted growth.”
Already the new management team have seen a successful April with five new aircraft added to the global fleet and the completion of a fuel tender.
In Europe, Warren Gravell is promoted to managing director of Europe encompassing the company’s air and ground operations. He is supported by Clive Prentice who joins from JETS (UK) and Hawker-Beechcraft becoming MD of European ground operations. Tom Wells is promoted internally to MD of the European air operations and Ian Spreadbury, joins from Jet Aviation and will lead the European sales team.
In the Middle East and Asia Martin Ringrose, joins from the UK’s Ministry of Defence becoming managing director of ME&A He is supported by Richard Lineveldt, general manager of the Middle East and Asian air operations. Ringrose is also responsible for the ground operations in both territories.