Struan Johnston will lead the new operation and will be initially based in the Stirling area of Scotland and will be creating an operational base at a Scottish airport in the very near future. He will be representing all the product ranges in the CAVU portfolio of 145 services including parking, storage, light maintenance, component repair, CAVU Aerospace’s Recycling and Asset Management Program (R.A.M.P) CAVU and the suite of CAVU SmartServices™
Prior to joining CAVU, he was a geophysicist working in the oil industry then gained his commercial pilot’s licence and worked with airlines including Cargolux, British Midland and British Airways. He has additionally been involved in helping airlines start up in Nigeria and Sierra Leone. He has also worked with Sky News and the BBC commenting on aviation news. His project management and business analyst skills that will assist in the start-up phase of CAVU Caledonia.
“This is a long time coming for Struan and CAVU – Caledonia. We are eager to get our operations established as soon as possible. Struan is a proven leader with a tremendous passion for aviation and his commitment to excellence are perfectly aligned with the vision of our organization” said Ken Kocialski, Partner CAVU Aerospace.