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FlightSafety International promotes Edward Koharik to general manager, visual systems

Posted 7 February 2017 · Add Comment

FlightSafety International, that has an office in South Africa, has announced that Edward Koharik has been promoted to general manager, visual systems.

He assumes this responsibility from Jon Hester who retired from FlightSafety after more than 35 years of experience in the design, development and support of flight simulation products and services.

“We congratulate Ed on his well-deserved promotion,” said Ray Johns, executive vice president, government. “Since joining FlightSafety in October 2015, Ed has consistently demonstrated his outstanding leadership and management skills, and developed an in-depth understanding of the current and future needs of the commercial customers and government agencies we serve. We sincerely appreciate the many contributions Jon made to the success of FlightSafety and wish him all the best.”

 

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