|DAY 1: 11 OCTOBER 2017|
|08:00 - 09:00||Registration|
|09:00 - 10:00||
|10:00 - 10:30||Networking and coffee break|
|TOPIC 1: SAFETY IN HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS [Moderator: Juan Carlos]|
|10:30 - 10:50||Bill Voss, FRAeS
Independent advisor, Former FAA representative
|Regulators safety oversight for operations in remote locations|
|10:50 - 11:10||Miguel Marin
Director of flight operations, ICAO
|Regulators safety oversight for operations in remote locations|
|11:10 - 11:30||Massimo Mazzoletti,
Strategy and Programmes Department Head, EASA
|European Plan for Aviation Safety (EPAS) and EASA Advisory Bodies: an opportunity for UN WFP operators|
|11:30 - 11:50||Mahmood Shah Habibi
Head of Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority
|Challenging safety and security in Afghanistan Aviation|
|12:10 - 13:00||
Bill Voss, Massimo Mazzoletti, Miguel Marin, Bob Sheffield, Mahmood Shah Habibi
|13:00 - 14:00||Networking and Lunch break|
|14:00 - 14:20||Phil Graves
Captain 777, Emirates Airline
|The future of flight Safety in Humanitarian Operations|
|14:20 - 14:40||Bob Sheffield
International Helicopter Safety Team (IHST)
|IHST’s key safety initiatives|
|14:40 - 15:00||Carey Edwards
Managing Director, LMQ Ltd
|Developing Resilience in high threat environments|
|TOPIC 2: INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGIES IN HUMANITARIAN AVIATION [Moderator: Jo Gillespie]|
|15:00 - 15:20||Satheeshkumar Kumarasingam
Vice President, Pratt & Whitney Canada
|PWC partnership with Humanitarian Aviation|
|15:20 - 15:35||Gregory Gottlieb
Managing Director, Airships Arabia
|The role of airships in humanitarian operations|
|15:35 - 15:50||Roberto Caravaglia
Senior Vice President for Strategy Leonardo Helicopters
|15:50 - 16:10||Networking and coffee break|
|16:10 - 16:30||Juan Carlos
Flight Operations & SMS Expert, COPAC
|Fuel and safety|
|16:30 - 16:50||Geert van Loopik
Account & Event Manager, CGE Risk Mgmt. Solutions
|Innovation in risk management|
|16:50 - 17:05||Andy Barton
Civil Business Development Director, Hybrid Air Vehicles Ltd
|Airlander’s role in a humanitarian Aid response/disaster|
|17:05 - 17:25||Thomas Anthony
Director, Aviation Safety & Security Program, USC
|The Need to Notice, the physiology of hazard identification|
|17:25 - 17:40||Brian Bauer Hybrid enterprises, CFO||Airships|
|17:40 - 17:50||Day 1 wrap-up: Jonathan Gillespie|
|19:30 - 22:00||Dinner at the ballroom|
|DAY 2: 12th OCTOBER 2017|
|09:00 - 09:10||Jo Gillespie
Partner & safety management advisor, Gates Aviation
|Day 1 overview|
|TOPIC 2: INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGIES IN HUMANITARIAN AVIATION [Moderator: Jo Gillespie] contd..|
|09:10 - 09:40||Nicklas Dahlstrom
Human Factors Manager, Emirates Airline
|The role of culture in operations and for safety|
|09:40 - 10:10||Jo Gillespie
Partner & safety management advisor, Gates Aviation
|The need for innovation in humanitarian operations|
|10:10 - 10:30||Haidar Baqir
WFP IT , HQ, Rome
|WFP Drones program|
|10:30 - 11:00||Networking and coffee break|
|11:00 - 11:40||
Satheeshkumar Kumarasingam, Gregory Gottlieb, Roberto Caravaglia , Juan Carlos, Geert van Loopik, Andy Barton, Thomas Anthony, Brian Baurer, Nicklas Dahlstrom, Haidar Baqir
|TOPIC 3: BUSINESS & OPERATIONAL ASPECT IN HUMANITARIAN AVIATION [Moderator: Miguel Marin]|
|11:40 - 12:00||Eric Perdison
Chief Aviation, WFP
|WFP Air operations update|
|12:00 - 12:20||Moses Mwangi
Managing Director, 748 Air Services Ltd.
|Competition for business in Humanitarian Aviation|
|12:20 - 12:40||Costa Vouros
Global Operations Director - Air-Tec Global
|Operators Challenges in the Modern Day Humanitarian Environment|
|12:40 - 13:00||Ricardo Maia de Loureiro
President, Pilotos do Mundo
|Biafra Airlift, a moment in history|
|13:00 - 14:00||Networking and Lunch break|
|14:00 - 14:30||David Anderson
Managing Director, FSF
|14:30 - 15:00||James Fee
Runway Safety Manger, FAA
|Runway Safety issues, contributing factors and mitigations|
|15:00 - 15:30||Networking and coffee break|
|15:30 - 15:50||Soren Mahmoud Al-Roubaie
CEO, Psylogia Academy
|Early Recognition and Prevention of Human Hazard (Terrorism, Suicide)|
|15:50 - 16:05||Gregory Pece
Chief Aviation Transport, UNHQ
|Secretory General initiative to enhance UN Aviation efficiency|
|16:05 - 16:20||Ovais Ahmed
Chief Aviation Safety, UNHQ
|CASEVAC and MEDEVAC in UN Field Missions|
|16:20 - 16:50||Lacey Pittman||Operational impact from the global pilot shortage|
|16:30 - 17:30||
|17:30 - 17:40||
Day 2 wrap-up: Jonathan Gillespie
|17:40 - 17:45||
|DAY 3: 13 OCTOBER 2017|
|09:00 - 09:15||Eric Perdison
Chief Aviation, WFP
|Summit introduction & Opening Ceremony|
|09:15 - 09:45||Kennedy Ooro
Head Air Transport Unit, WFP
|Operational needs WFP Aviation Operations|
|09:45 - 10:45||Carlos Botta
Deputy Chief of Aviation, WFP
Logistics Officer, WFP
|Introduction of a new Air Charter Agreement WFP Aviation Agreements|
|10:45 - 11:45||Networking and coffee break|
|11:00 - 11:30||Phil Robinson
AVSEC Officer, WFP
|Overview of AVSEC challenges and way forward WFP AVSEC Strategy|
|11:30 - 12:00||Jose Odini
Chief Aviation Safety Unit, WFP
|ICAO Safety assessment of WFP Aviation (ORE+CMA) WFP - ICAO Partnership|
|12:00 - 13:00||
Panel Discussion/Open Forum
|13:00 - 14:00||Networking and Lunch break|
|14:00 - 15:00||
Panel Discussion/Open Forum – Wrap up
|15:00 - 15:30||Networking and coffee break|
|15:00 - 17:00||
Andy holds a degree in Electronic Engineering. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society. Andy joined Hybrid Air Vehicles in 2011 from Ultra Electronics where he was Technical Director and responsible for developing a new product line in Electric Ice Protection Systems now used on the Boeing Dreamliner wing. He also developed products for the Bombardier Q400, Eurofighter, A400M and A380. Andy worked in several Technical and Business Development roles internationally for Lucas Aerospace/TRW Aeronautical Systems before joining Ultra, including pioneering Variable Frequency for jet aircraft on the Bombardier Global Express.
Bob Sheffield who graduated with a Petroleum Engineering degree from Mississippi State University in 1972, after decades of hard work in United States Air Force Officer (USAF) and various Shell companies where he worked in nearly all aspects of oil and gas exploration and production, he joined AgustaWestland ( now Leonardo Helicopter) on a project to improve quality, safety and customer service. His work led to AgustaWestlandТs Step Change initiative. Bob has served on the Executive Committee for the International Helicopter Safety Team (IHST) since its inception in 2006. He is currently the IHST Executive CommitteeТs coordinator for regional teams worldwide.
Brian Bauer is the Chief Commercial Officer of Hybrid Enterprises LLC, the worldwide exclusive reseller of Lockheed Martin’s Hybrid Airships. Prior to this, Mr. Bauer served as Global Aviation Holdings, Inc.’s Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer. In this position Mr. Bauer had direct responsibility for commercial and government sales for a multimillion-dollar aviation operation that oversaw two commercial airlines. He has wet-leased, sold and operated aircraft in over 120 countries on six continents.
Prior to joining Global, Mr. Bauer served as President of Evergreen International Airlines, where he was responsible for all aspects of an FAA part 121-cargo airline that wet-leased its twenty 747 freighters to customers around the world. Prior to this position, Mr. Bauer served in a variety of sales and operational management and executive positions at Evergreen International Aviation, including leading the Asian sales team based in China as well as heading the Company’s ground handling subsidiary.
Carey began his career with Royal / Dutch Shell, and then the RAF flying helicopters. He completed tours in Northern Ireland and Hong Kong, including the RHKAAF on SAR/Medevac. After leaving active flying, Carey held a number of senior management positions in Hong Kong, and returned to the UK in 1991 to enter consultancy and training. Carey specialises in instructor training as well as developing CRM and human factors programmes. He was Chairman of the RAeS Human Factors Group and Chairman of the Ops & Licensing Focus Group for the Human Factors Advisory Group to EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency). He is a member of the CRM Advisory Panel to the CAA, a CRMI Examiner, and holds an ATPL (Air Transport Pilots Licence). He is author of the book СAirmanshipТ.
Capt. Costa occuppied various positions during his career including Airbus A340 Pilot, standard and Compliance chief training captain, IOSA auditor, IATA IOSA flight/dispatch task force, vice president and flight operations. He holds two degrees as Masters of business administration and industrial psychology moreover he has more than eleven thousand flying hours on more than 14 types of aircraft.
David commenced his aviation career as an apprentice mechanic in the Royal Australian Air force (RAAF) before moving to flight crew as a Flight Engineer on the P3C Orion where he spent 10 years in crew member, instructor and check & training roles. After 17 years of service life, David joined an international airline as a B747 Flight Engineer and spent 11 years on international, domestic passenger and cargo operations. At the end of the flying career, David moved into quality and safety with experience in IOSA and ISAGO audits on behalf of IATA, QMS Auditing and BARS auditing for the Flight Safety Foundation. In this time, David also achieved a multi engine commercial pilots license.
David holds an MBA, QMS Lead Auditor certification, commercial pilots licence and engineering qualifications.
David has been involved with the FoundationТs BARS Audit Program since it earliest days in 2010 as an Auditor, Program Manager for the Audit Companies, Audit Manager for the Foundation and now is the Managing Director for the BARS Program within the Flight Safety Foundation.
Over the past 27 years, Eric Perdison has worked in various capacities in the aviation industry with a vast experience in military and humanitarian operations.
Upon graduation in Military Studies, Eric began his career as a transport pilot with the Ghanaian Air Force, where he conducted regular and specialized operations, including pilot to the VIP Squadron and in the Presidential Air Fleet. He held the positions of a Flight Commander, a Squadron Commander and was an Honour Graduate in the Officers’ Staff Course of the Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College. He holds (FAA ATP) and type rated on six different aircraft.
In 2003, Eric served with the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) before joining WFP in 2005. Prior to assuming the role of Chief of WFP’s Aviation Service, he served as the Deputy Chief of the Service from 2013, acting as the Chief for more than 18 months following the incumbent’s absence to other official assignments.
Geert is a member of the risk technologies group at CGE Risk Management Solutions. He qualified as an Applied Cognitive Psychologist at Leiden University, specialising in human factors and human error in the industrial environment.
Formerly, he was employed in human factors lecturing, training and research at universities, KLM and at the NLR, a major Dutch aerospace laboratory. Now at CGE, Geert promotes advanced techniques in risk analysis and barrier management across many industries and across the globe.
In his role as global account manager he focusses on implementation strategies of extending barrier management to combine risk, audits and incident analysis.
Mr. Gregory is the Founder and Managing Director - Airships Arabia DWC-LLC based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Gregory has been working with airships since 1990. A member of The Airship Association Council, a former Editor of the quarterly journal AIRSHIP and former Chair of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Lighter-Than-Air Systems Technical Committee, Gregory's knowledge and understanding of airship technology, operations and development is recognized globally. He has worked with many of today's airship manufacturers and operators, and has supported government airship programs in several countries, including the UK, USA, Trinidad & Tobago, the UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. After 20 years as a British Army Officer, Gregory’s subsequent career included acting as a Subject Matter Expert on airships for The Boeing Company, as a country manager for tethered aerostat operations in Iraq. He was also involved in enabling the drafting of Transport Airship Requirements for the certification of large logistics airships. He has been based in the Middle East for more than 10 years.
Mr. Gregory Pece is the current Chief, Air Transport Section located under the Logistics Support Division in the Department of Field Support, United Nations Headquarters, New York, NY. He is responsible for development of policy for, and oversight of, the DFS United Nations Aviation Programme, comprised of approximately 220 fixed and rotary wing aircraft, as well as nine Unmanned Aircraft Systems, supporting 36 Peace Operations worldwide. The Section provides policy and advice to leadership and member states, as well as the development and maintenance of commercial contracts and military letters of assist, a program which averages on the order of $1 billion USD per annum.
Prior to the UN, Mr. Pece served in the US Air Force, flying both fixed and rotary wing aircraft, in a variety of roles and capacities, accumulating approximately 3,900 hours of flight time as both an instructor and evaluator. Mr. Pece also served as a Peacekeeper in the late 1990s, as well as a military attaché in Africa and South Asia.
Habibi holds a Master degree in Aviation Management from the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He has completed the Airport Management Professional Accreditation Program and has received as the first Afghan the International Airports Professional УIAPФ designation from International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Airport Council International (ACI).
Mahmood Shah Habibi was working as a Deputy Director General on a Deputy Minister Rank for the newly constituted Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority (ACAA) in 2013. Habibi was responsible for all of the civil aviation activities in the country such as Airports operations and Development, Air Traffic Management including AfghanistanТs Airspace Control, Aviation Security, Flight Safety Oversight of both national and international airlines flying into Afghanistan, Communication Navigation Surveillance (CNS), Civil Aviation Institute and Meteorology Department of Afghanistan.
Mr. Haidar has been working in WFP for 14 years out of which 10 in field operations. He is currently part of the Global Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC) in Rome which supports effective global leadership and coordination to IT humanitarian operations and supporting the ETC country teams in better serving the humanitarian community. Since he moved to WFP HQ in Rome, he has been on missions for the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa in 2014, as well as Nepal Earthquake and Yemen conflict in 2015. He holds a Master degree in Engineering and has three years of academic teaching at universities. Part of his current role is leading the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) coordination model project for WFP and the humanitarian response community
James has more than eighteen years of experience as an aviation safety professional. His unique background includes progressive pilot roles as a Part 141 flight instructor, Part 135 charter captain, and Part 121 airline captain. In addition, he has comprehensive experience in airline revenue and pricing analysis, airport management, and safety data and information analysis.
Currently, James is serving as the Air Traffic Organization’s Safety and Technical Training Runway Safety Group Manager. He is responsible for applying his comprehensive knowledge of runway operations and associated risks to direct and oversee a multi-layered staff consisting of numerous subordinate supervisors and a large number of highly technical specialists responsible for developing policies and monitoring trends to improve runway safety by decreasing the number and severity of runway incursions and other surface incidents.
Jo is a pilot by profession with over 30 years flying experience in a variety of industry sectors.
He spent 17 of those years with Emirates as a captain, TRI and VP-Flight Safety. For the past 10 years he has been a consultant,
instructor and expert witness in aviation safety management, regulatory compliance and the overall reduction of exposure to error and risk.
Jo has also helped spread aviation industry expertise into healthcare and maritime organisations.
Juan Carlos is an Airline Transport Pilot flying for Iberia Airlines as a Senior First Officer in the Airbus A330/A340 fleet. As a professional pilot he has accumulated more than 10,000 flight hours in different types of airplanes. He is an IFALPA Accredited Aircraft Accident Investigator and holds a Certificate in Aviation Safety & Security (University of Southern California).
He is member of the ICAO Safety Management Panel since 2011. COPAC (Spanish Guild of Commercial Pilots) designated Juan Carlos as Safety & Technical Expert in 2012. Between 2012 and 2014 he was member of the European Aviation Safety Advisory Committee (EASAC). Since 2014 he is collaborating with The Aloft Group as a Flight Operations & Safety Management expert in specific projects.
Lacey Pittman is the Managing Director of the Operations Control Center at Horizon Air. In this role, she provides leadership and coordination for the functional aspect of the airline command center, provides the best customer service to the greatest number of passengers while maximizing revenue and aircraft utilization, and develops and implements strategic initiatives and procedures to be used in various irregular operational situations. Prior to this role, Lacey was the Managing Director of Safety at Horizon Air. In this role, Pittman was responsible for all safety programs, including implementing the Safety Management System, at Horizon Air.
Pittman joined Horizon in 2003 as a Q200 first officer. Three years later, she was named one of the company’s assistant chief pilots, and in April 2012, she was promoted to director of safety. She maintains her qualifications as a Q400 captain and routinely flies trips to both keep current and experience the operation firsthand.
Prior to beginning her career at Horizon, Pittman worked for Air Serv International, a not-for-profit humanitarian aviation organization, providing aid and relief around the world. She flew a King Air 200 into refugee camps along the war-torn regions of West Africa.
Lacey met her husband, Sean Pittman, while he was serving in the United States Marine Corps in Africa. Together they are raising their three daughters, Sahara, Keira, and Amelia.
Mr Massimo assumed the position of Head of Strategy and Programmes Department - EASA in 2017, before that and since 2004 he worked at various positions in the agency throughout he was rotorcraft certification manager and head of rotorcraft department, prior to that he was the design liaison surveyor at CAA UK, Project Engineer, Flight Test Engineer at Agusta and Agusta Technical Representative at Westland Helicopters Limited, and also he was an Applied Mechanics and Aeronautical Technology Professor prior to that he was an officer at the Italian air-force. Mr. Massiomo is a member of Italian Order of Engineers and is a doctor in Aeronautical Engineering.
Miguel A Marin graduated from Nathaniel Hawthorne College with a degree in Aviation Administration and has logged over 12,000 hours. He flew for Mexicana Airlines out of Mexico City for over 24 years flying B-727s, DC-8s and the Airbus 320 family of airplanes. During his aviation flying career, he held various management jobs with the airline in the Flight Operations and Flight Safety departments. Additionally he was a volunteer for The International Federation of Air Line PilotsТ Associations (IFALPA) where he chaired the air traffic services committee.
Miguel joined the International Civil Aviation Organization in November of 2009 and has served the organization in various capacities during his six-year tenure. He is currently acting Chief of the Operational Safety Section which is responsible for the development of Standards, Recommended Practices, Procedures and guidance material related to the operation, certification and airworthiness of aircraft including, the licensing and training of personnel and language proficiency requirements.
Moses Mwangi is a highly motivated expert in aviation finance and management who holds an MBA from Edinburgh business school in UK. He is a certified public accountant with a current practicing certificate. He is also an alumnus of Harvard business schoolТs advance management program.
Moses has a proven leadership portfolio having worked as CFO and CEO for different aviation companies in East Africa. He is passionate about the Aviation Industry and a go getter with notable accomplishments in the 38 years he has worked with the aviation and manufacturing industries.
Dr. Nicklas has been with the airline since 2007. In this position he has overseen CRM training in a rapidly expanding airline and also driven integration of Human Factors in the organization. Nicklas was previously a researcher and instructor at Lund University School of Aviation in Sweden and still holds a part-time position as Assistant Professor there. His work has mainly focused on safety and Human Factors in aviation, but also areas such as maritime transportation, health care and nuclear industry. His research areas in aviation have been mental workload, training and simulation as well as culture. Nicklas has written research articles and book chapters on Human Factors and CRM as well as delivered invited presentations, lectures and training in more than twenty countries. He is currently part of the ICAO Human Performance Task Force that is rewriting the Human Factors document of ICAO.
Nicklas Dahlstrom is Human Factors Manager at Emirates. He oversees CRM training and integration of Human Factors in the organization. He was previously a researcher and instructor at Lund University in Sweden. His research work has focused on aviation, but also on maritime transportation, health care and nuclear industry. His research areas have been mental workload, training and simulation. Nicklas has written research articles and book chapters, and delivered presentations and training in twenty countries.
Mr. Ovais is serving as Chief Aviation Safety in UN HQ, NYC. He has been a flight instructor, test pilot and aerobatic team member in the military; he holds commercial aviation ratings and flew executive business aircraft. Ovais holds operational experience in remotely piloted aircraft systems and has been the first project manager of remote aircraft in United Nations. He is a certified project management specialist, aviation safety (ops) inspector and an accident investigator.
Ovais hold Masters in Business Administration, Bachelors in War and Policy and another Bachelor in Business Studies. He has rich UN field experience in aviation operations and safety, collaborated extensively with humanitarian actors during his field assignments. He keeps a keen eye on International Affairs, lives in New York.
Boeing 777 Commander Emirates Airlines and Crew Resource Management/Human Factors Instructor and course development Captain Phillip Graves is a Boeing 777 Captain for Emirates Airlines based in Dubai for the past seven years as well as a CRM Instructor in the training department. Captain Graves was also a humanitarian pilot in DHC-6, C-402, and C-208 aircraft for Air Serv International from 1991-1995, serving as a check pilot and Program Director in Khartoum, for Operation Lifeline Sudan in Lokichoggio, and Manager of East Africa Operations covering Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Kenya. Phillip is a current member of the Board of Directors for Air Serv and has volunteered as a speaker and trainer for WFP seminars in Spain, Sharja, and Nepal.
After serving for a couple of years with the Portuguese Air Force, in the Airborne Regiment, became a Pilot in 1996. Flown world wide, both regular and non-regular/charter operations for both government and private contractors.
Joined TAP Portugal, the Portuguese national flag carrier, in 2004, where is still currently flying as Captain on the Airbus 320 family aircraft. Founder of the non-profitable volunteer pilots association Pilotos do Mundo, ( Pilots of the World ), which as been striving to make a difference, particularly in the former Portuguese colonies in Africa.
Mr. Soren is a german psychologist and bodylanguage trainer & author and elected vice-chairman of german psychology association in saarland. Born in germany in 1991, the german-iraqian psychologist researches the effectiveness of nonverbal communication and behavioral analysis in high stake situations like mass-events and airport security context. The goal is not only to spot and prevent malicous behaviour but also to increase the perceptive awareness and attentiveness.
Present position as Director of the USC Aviation Safety and Security Program.
Instructor in Aviation Safety Management Systems, Aircraft Accident Investigations, SMS for Managers, and Aviation Security courses since 2007.
Participated in the Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC) for the proposed FAA regulation on SMS for aircraft operators. Serves as the President of the Southern California Chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI). Authored or co-authored four articles for AeroSafety World on Human Factors. Is participating with aviation safety elements of the World Food Program to deliver several courses to World Food Program aviation providers.
Has established a new aircraft accident investigation facility for the USC program and have acquired new wreckages to serve as the basis for investigative analysis.
Served as a consultant for the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in Aviation Security. Conducted training in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Auckland, New Zealand for ICAO.
Served as the Federal Security Director of the Palm Springs International , Yuma International, and Imperial County Airports. Retired from Federal Service.
Served as the FAA Regional Division Manager for Civil Aviation Security in the Western Pacific Region. Directed the aviation security oversight of domestic and international airports, air carriers, and indirect air carriers within the region. Directed emergency security response to the World Trade Center II attacks a
Satheeshkumar (Kumar) Kumarasingam, Vice President, Business Development & Commercial Services.
Kumar is responsible for P&WCТs next transformation in product and service strategy, leveraging the market knowledge and understanding of trends and factors that impact the market, leading the business-development teams that are focused on redefining the business model and expanding offerings and growth in non-traditional markets and countries. In this combined role, he continues to provide leadership and direction to the commercial team in order to drive excellence and profitability in Marketing and the front-line Customer Service organizations.
Previously as Vice President, Commercial Services, he was responsible for supporting operators world-wide to achieve the most cost-effective life-cycle ownership via a fully tailored suite of products and offerings while maximizing long-term supportability. He also led the strategic customer-satisfaction initiatives to simplify, standardize and enhance the customer experience.
Mr. Kumarasingam joined P&WC in 1995 as a mechanical design engineer following his graduation. He assumed positions of increasing responsibility in the Engineering, Quality, Operations, Marketing and Customer Service organizations.
Mr. Kumarasingam earned a bachelorТs degree in mechanical engineering from McGill University in 1995.
During his 45 year career, William Voss obtained Airline Transport Pilot, Mechanic, and Air Traffic Control certificates. He worked in the FAA as an air traffic controller and progressed through a number of management and executive positions overseeing the development and deployment of the U.S. Air Traffic Control System. He served as the Director of the Air Navigation Bureau at ICAO where he had broad responsibilities including international standards for safety, efficiency, air traffic control, airports, and oversight audits.
Bill spent several years as the President and CEO of the Flight Safety Foundation where he was an international safety advocate. In 2015 he returned to ICAO as the Air Navigation Commissioner nominated by the United States, before retiring from government service in August. He now works part-time as an independent advisor on matters related to international aviation.
02 Miguel Marine ICAO GHAC 2017
03 Massimo Mazzoletti, EPAS presentation to UN WFP-2
04 Phill Graves.. Future of Safety
05 Bob Shieffield IHST Current Focus & Actions - 9th GHAC Oct 2017
06 Carey Edwards Liasbon 2017
07 Satheesh Kumar PWC
08 Gregory Gotlieb AAR Pres - PPT FILE WITH VIDEO
09 Leonardo Helicopters for Humanitarian Operations 111017 final without video
10 GHAC 2017 - Fuel management & risks COPAC
11 Presentation Geert van Loopik 9th GHAC Learning from Incidents CGE Risk Geert ver DEF
12 Andy Barton, Airlander for GHAC
14 Brian Bauer Hybrid Enterprises WFP 10 17
01 Presentation for GHAC 2017 - Dahlstrom
03 Eric Perdison GHAC - Overview of WFP Aviation - Lisbon 2017 Final
04 Moses Mwangi 748 Lisbon Presentation
05 Costas Vouros Air-Tec Presentation - WFP Oct 2017
06 Ricardo Loureiro PdM_BiafraAirlift_Keynote
07 David Anderson FSF BARS - GHAC - Lisbon (Oct 2017)
08 James Fee FAA GHAC 2017_v1
09 The Need to Notice GHAC 2017 2nd Edition
10 Greg Pece Chief ATS FINAL GHAC 12 OCT
11 Ovais Presentations
12 Lacey Pittman GHAC 2017_v3