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Air Southwest names Peter Davies as new MD
UK regional airline Air Southwest has named Peter Davies as its new managing director. Davies has more than 27 years experience in aviation including chief executive of SN Brussels Airlines, and senior posts with DHL Express Systems in the UK, Belgium and North America for 12 years. Most recently he was chief executive of Caribbean Airlines in the West Indies.
Davies will join Air Southwest on 2 February.
Nigel Godefroy, chief executive of the Sutton Harbour Group, which owns and operates Air Southwest, commented: “Peter brings a wealth of operational and senior management experience and will be a great asset to Air Southwest. He has a track record of anticipating and responding to market opportunities, delivering excellent customer service and adding shareholder value so we’re delighted to have someone of his calibre on board.”
Davies takes over the reigns following the death of the previous MD, Jim Cameron.
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