Sean Gates edits the latest Aviation Law Review. Download it here.
Happy 10th Birthday Gates Aviation!!
Gates Aviation celebrates 10 fantastic years in business! 10 Years old
World food programme aviation safety campaign 8 – 10 June 2016, Nairobi, Kenya
As part of our continuing support of the WFP Aviation Safety Unit’s work in promoting and enhancing safety amongst the African community of humanitarian air operators, Gates Aviation’s Jo Gillespie (pictured 2nd row centre) ran a workshop on Fatigue Risk Management during the latest safety campaign in Nairobi. Humanitarian flights operate in very difficult conditions within a challenging air and ground environment, and fatigue is a daily issue for pilots,…
Gates Aviation Fatigue Risk Workshop – Nairobi
Gates Aviation facilitated a Fatigue Risk Workshop at the World Food Programme in Nairobi last week and the feedback was outstanding: “Stress management is in line with what I do and I have really benefited.” “Two days for this workshops would have been good.” “Outstanding facilitator.” “Good job – increase frequency of trainings and workshops.” “Knowledgeable instructor and lively participants.” Book your Workshop now!
Corporate Criminal & Financial Responsibilities for Business Travel
Gates Aviation has been commissioned on behalf of certain multi-national clients, to carry out checks on the safety of the business travel arrangements of their executives. In the event of death of a director or employee on a business flight, clearly the affected company will suffer not only the loss of the expertise of the individual but also will need to face the potential for claims of civil and criminal…
SMS Risk Champions’ Training
Gates Aviation’s Jo Gillespie recently delivered a tailored training package for a UK air operator, aimed at creating a group of middle management ‘risk champions’ spread throughout the organisation. These risk champions are to be the embedded departmental safety specialists, providing subject matter expertise to the Safety & Compliance department for risk management, change management and safety investigations. They will also be the local source of safety knowledge for departmental…
The Disruptive Nature of Regulation EU261
Sean Gates is interviewed on the Disruptive Nature of Regulation EU261. Can responsibility for passenger compensation be more equally shared among those responsible for flight delays? http://www.astuteaviation.com/sean-gates.html
WFP Aviation Safety Campaign – Johannesburg 20-22 April 2016
Gates Aviation is proud to support WFP in its efforts to enhance aviation safety in some of the most challenging operating environments in the world. Gates Aviation’s safety specialist Capt Jo Gillespie was once again at the heart of the most recent WFP campaign, the first ever in South Africa, as moderator and speaker for the one-day safety conference, and as facilitator for one of the subsequent two-day safety workshops.…
Sean Gates’ article on ‘The Diverting Nature of Disruptive Passengers’
Sean Gates’ article for ERA’s RI magazine, reviews airline liability of disruptive passengers resulting in aircraft being diverted. Read More
Setting the agenda for effective security
Gates Aviation’s John Edwards writes an article for Regional International magazine on ‘setting the agenda for effective security to safeguard against terrorist attacks’. RI JanFeb p13 security