Bond names Tim Shattock as new MD

Bond Air Services announced the appointment of Tim Shattock as new managing director.

Shattock succeeds Chris Greenhill, who is retiring after 34 years with the company. He comes to Bond Air Services with more than 30 years of senior management experience in the aviation industry, most recently as chief executive officer of Alpha Aviation Group.

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Tim Shattock said: “Bond Air Services is a recognised leader in the industry and I am very much looking forward to joining the team.”

Richard Mintern Avincis’ CEO for Northern Europe, said: “I want to thank Chris for all his work and dedication over the years in building Bond Air Services’ business. I am delighted Tim is joining us. His experience and knowledge of the sector make him a great fit for the company as we continue to grow with our customers.”

Shattock’s experience includes the launch of the Gulf Aviation Academy in Bahrain as its first chief executive officer and he was also the CEO at Parc Aviation for 12 years.

Bond Air Services is part of the Avincis Group, which is owned by Babcock.

Terry Spruce

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