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FlightPath appoint new director, market development

Posted 6 January 2015 · Add Comment

FlightPath International the Transport Canada and EASA Approved Training Organisation which operates in 60 countries providing pilot, technical and operational training, including for Ethiopian Airlines, has appointed Mike Lewis as director, market development.

Mike Lewis (right) has 35 years experience with Bombardier.

Prior to his transition to FlightPath, Lewis held various positions, most recently as the director, sales, support and operations where he was responsible for supporting the sales of Bombardier Commercial Aircraft.

His experience includes strategy and business development, operations, product and customer support as well as product development and governance in both the commercial and business aircraft sectors.
 

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