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 Managing Director of Gloucestershire Airport

Looking for the opportunity to lead one of the UKs busiest General Aviation airports in to the future?

With 80-90,000 movements per year, Gloucestershire Airport is already busy.  But we are not content with the status quo.  We are looking for a Managing Director to lead the company into the exciting next phase of its growth and to drive its post Covid-19 recovery.

The Company is in the process of securing funding for both a major runway resurfacing programme and the construction of a new business park, while also seeking to become carbon neutral. Successful delivery of these projects will help the airport meet its aspiration to be not only one of the busiest but also the best GA airport in the country.

Applications are invited from dynamic, forward-thinking individuals with executive experience in the provision of support to general aviation, customer engagement and business planning.

For further information or an application pack please contact Karen Wolferstan-Bannister (KWB@GloucestershireAirport.co.uk, 07557 799326).

Applications close on 11 December 2020. Interviews will be held on 17 and 18 December 2020.

 

 

Senior Air Traffic Engineer 

A highly motivated and suitably qualified individual is sought at Gloucestershire Airport, the UK’s busiest General Aviation aerodrome.  A competitive salary, company pension and generous holiday entitlement are offered.

You will be expected to maintain in excellent functional order all ATS facilities including RADAR, ILS, DME, NDB, VCCS, AGL Control system , electrical equipment, and assist with airport IT systems and services.

As SATE, you will have a thorough understanding of safety regulatory requirements associated with the provision and operation of ATM systems and services.  Previous experience in a similar role would be highly desirable.

Working as part of a small team, you will be liaising closely with all other departments regarding ATS and other technical systems, including AGL and security.

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03Apr 2018

Keith Wilson and Dave Haines have raised a staggering £265 between Dec-Mar 18 from their Airport Tours. The tours allow aviation enthusiasts to explore parts of the airport, looking at aircraft and around the hangars. We are very grateful to Keith and Dave for giving up their spare time to make this happen and also […]

07May 2018

Bristol Aero Club, one of our resident training schools, will be training two FSDP scholars here at the Airport over the coming weeks, both of whom have been sponsored by the RAF Charitable Trust. Flying Scholarships for Disabled People is a charity that provides a ‘once in a lifetime’ challenge for disabled people to help […]

18Jul 2018

A Gloucestershire Airport based company, Electroflight Ltd, which specialises in high performance electric powertrains is supporting Rolls-Royce in ground breaking research aimed at accelerating the adoption of all-electric propulsion in aviation. Rolls-Royce is leading a research project known as Accelerating the Electrification of Flight (ACCEL) to explore the use of a high power electrical system […]

11Jul 2019

We welcomed five local students from local schools with a keen interest in aviation for their work experience. The students thoroughly enjoyed the experience and we would like to thank our neighbours on the airfield for their input in making the week a success. These companies include: Global ATS Ltd, Skyborne, The Jet Age Museum, […]

12Jul 2019

Gloucestershire Airport are now a a proud member of the Air Charter Association. “The objectives of The Air Charter Association have always, and continue to be, to promote the highest standards of professionalism and ethics within the Aviation Industry. Our members strive to maintain this benchmark of distinction and deliver a service to the consumer […]

08Nov 2019

George Bell, a 16 year old, completes LAPL Training within a record breaking 3 weeks!! And passed all 9 exams first time!  The teenager first took off in a Piper PA28 on 22nd July 2019 with Instructor Garry Mace, at Clifton Aviation, Gloucestershire Airport, by 8th August George took his first solo and took his […]

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