Aviation Lover & Communication's Pro
My romance with aviation began a long while ago, probably even before I was able to pronounce the word ‘airplane’. Having a father, who has always been a relentless aviation enthusiast, meant spending time in a playground, which was exciting yet slightly unusual for kids like me at that time, an Air Force base. Of course, it came with all the pros and cons, but gaining the insight and the basic knowledge of the industry was inevitable. When in adulthood, I found myself away from aviation discovering a variety of other fields, where I was working as a marketing and sales professional. It was nice and interesting but felt that there was something missing. Communications has been with me since the early stages of the university life, therefore, after the journey of developing my career and discovering my passions, I realized that what I am invincible at is actually that. It did not take long for fate to bring me back to the roots showing the industry of my true calling, where I could fully implement my communications expertise, and that is, by all means, aviation. Besides being attractive, sometimes even to the point where it takes your breath away, aviation is challenging, but it would not be me if I did not admire the challenge. I am extremely grateful for such a remarkable path knowing that I am now exactly where I was meant to be – in a unique and diverse global industry that inspires me every day.
Adapting to the collapse of the aircraft parts supply
BAA Training Vietnam, First in the Market with UPRT Certification
Management changes at Chapman Freeborn
BAA Training Vietnam Turns One: Road to Success
How Corona-virus Brought Aerospace Down To Earth
JetMS: We are seeing a strong recovery in business aviation
FL Technics renews its GCAA Part 21 certificate
B747-400F nose-loader liveried and operational on Magma Aviation
On-Board athlete food menus adapted to customer needs
Jet Maintenance Solutions becomes a member of EBAA
Weekly overview with Chapman Freeborn W29
Weekly overview with Chapman Freeborn W28
Passenger aircraft utilization amidst COVID-19: new solutions
Weekly Cargo overview with Chapman Freeborn W27
More work is needed to maintain a parked aircraft than a flying
KlasJet continue operations while following strict hygiene rules