Gulfstream names Tony Swift as first field service representative in Africa
Gulfstream Aerospace names Tony Swift its first field service representative (FSR) in Africa.
Gulfstream has named Tony Swift as its first field service representative in Africa. Swift, who will be based in South Africa, reports to Ken Maxwell, senior manager, international field service operations, Gulfstream.
Mark Burns, president of Gulfstream Product Support says: “The volume of Gulfstream traffic in Africa continues to grow. Tony’s technical expertise and familiarity with the continent, particularly his native country of South Africa, where we have nearly 20 aircraft, are tremendous assets for our operators.”
Swift joined Gulfstream in 1999, working as a technician at the Savannah service centre.
Swift earned a Bachelor of Science degree in aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He holds a South Africa Civil Aviation Authority aircraft and engine license, the equivalent of a US Federal Aviation Administration aircraft and powerplant license, and is a certified FlightSafety International Master Technician for the G550/G500 and GV.