Chip White appointed as manager of FSI Savannah
FlightSafety International has appointed Chip White as manager of its Gulfstream learning centre in Savannah, Georgia.
David Davenport, who served as manager of the centre since 2005, was recently promoted to vice president and will be relocating to FlightSafety’s corporate offices in New York.
“Chip has made a significant contribution to FlightSafety since joining the company 12 years ago,” said Greg McGowan, senior vice president, operations. “His experience and commitment to provide Gulfstream and our mutual customers with the highest quality training and outstanding service made him the ideal choice to lead the Savannah centre. We are confident that Chip will continue the excellent work done by Dave Davenport and that our Savannah teammates will appreciate and benefit from his leadership.”
White joined FlightSafety in 2000 and was most recently manager of the Columbus, Ohio centre.
White served with the United States Navy prior to joining FlightSafety, retiring with the rank of Captain.
Chip holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the State University of New York in New Paltz, a Masters of Education from National-Louis University in Chicago, and a Diploma in Industrial Relations and Military Sciences from the United States Air Force.