Shannon based aviation company, Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG), have this week announced the appointment of Graeme Robertson as their new Director of Maintenance.
Mr. Robertson joins the company bringing a wealth of industry knowledge and experience, having previously worked in a number of organisations across Europe and the Middle East.
Commenting on his appointment, AAG CEO Shane O’Neill said, “We are delighted to welcome Graeme to the company as he brings a depth of leadership and management experience to the role. His strong focus on people development, customer satisfaction and operational excellence is in line with our company’s strategic values.”
Mr. Robertson initially began his career as an apprentice with British Aerospace and later developed his experience and expertise in Swiss International Airlines and Etihad Airways across several key areas of management, including Base Maintenance, Technical Training, Light Maintenance and Base Operations.
Discussing his new role within AAG, Mr. Robertson said, “I’m delighted to join an ambitious company with such exciting plans for the future. To be able to join AAG at this stage of its evolution was too good of an opportunity to miss. I look forward to working in an atmosphere and culture that allows the future leadership team to form from within, thereby enabling the MRO to continually challenge itself to move forward.”
Atlantic Aviation Group is an aviation solutions provider specialising in Aircraft Maintenance, Aviation Training (Atlantic Aviation Institute), Design Engineering and Continuing Airworthiness Management based in Shannon Airport. Over 50 years old, they were acquired in April 2015 by Mayo man Patrick Jordan who has overseen significant change and growth over the past three years.