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FlightSafety International appoints David Davenport as president and CEO

Posted 15 May 2019 · Add Comment

FlightSafety International, that has a training centre in South Africa, has announced that David Davenport has been appointed as president and CEO. He most recently served as co-CEO and president, commercial.

 

Ray Johns, who previously served as Co-CEO, will continue as president, government and manufacturing. He oversees the services and products FlightSafety offers to government and military agencies, as well as the design and manufacture of flight simulation products and visual systems. 

“I am honoured to serve as CEO of this outstanding company and to work alongside so many talented and dedicated Teammates,” said Davenport. “After leading FlightSafety together since last October, Ray and I determined that this new structure is the best and most effective way to achieve FlightSafety’s goals while continuing to build for the future. Ray is an outstanding leader who has contributed greatly to FlightSafety‘s success since joining us in 2014. His focus on innovation and dedication to continuous product, service, and process improvement is most appreciated and valued. I look forward to working with Ray and the other members of our senior management team as we strive to further enhance FlightSafety’s reputation for providing outstanding Customer service and the highest quality training programs and products.”

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