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Green Africa Airways appoints founding director of ground operations

Posted 19 October 2018 · Add Comment

Green Africa Airways has appointed Kristof Hegedus as its founding director of ground operations.

 

Kristof most recently served as the director of ground operations (and nominated postholder) at Primera Air where he had overall management responsibilities for the ground operations, security and operations control center (OCC) departments. At Primera, he was the officer in charge of continuous assessment and monitoring of ground operations performance in accordance with the company SMS, Civil Aviation Authority and IOSA requirements. He was also the designated emergency response coordinator responsible for the airline's emergency response planning and preparedness.

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