Dillon-Godfray moves from Oxford to Cambridge


James Dillon-Godfray

Marshall Aviation Services appoints James Dillon-Godfray as vice president of business development.
James Dillon-Godfray, vice president business development at Marshall Aviation Services

James Dillon-Godfray, vice president business development at Marshall Aviation Services.

James Dillon-Godfray has left his position as business development director at London Oxford Airport to join Marshall Aviation Services at Cambridge Airport, where he will take on the role of vice president business development.

He will focus on co-ordinating and developing the interests of the group’s civil aviation activities, which includes business aviation MRO operations at Cambridge and Broughton (Chester) in North Wales.

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He said: “I am delighted to be joining Marshall Aviation Services at such an exciting time for the group, as it widens its scope in commercial aviation. I look forward to expanding my skills wider into MRO and business aviation support too.”

Dillon-Godfray will also have an input into Marshall’s JETability brand, advising on aircraft sales and brokerage.

Steve Jones, managing director, added:  “James and I have worked very successfully together in the past.  He brings to Marshall terrific credentials and is widely respected in the industry. He will contribute a wealth of valuable experience, enthusiasm and dedication to the role and will be a huge asset to the organisation. I am delighted to welcome him to the Marshall team.”