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DRONAMICS grows European Operations team ahead of commercial launch

DRONAMICS grows European Operations team ahead of commercial launch
DRONAMICS grows European Operations team ahead of commercial launch.
<p><strong>DRONAMICS&nbsp;has announced the expansion of its European Operations&nbsp;team. Based in&nbsp;Malta, the team is focused on preparing the ground for DRONAMICS&rsquo; first&nbsp;commercial flights&nbsp;this year.&nbsp;The European operation&nbsp;opened with&nbsp;Ruth Sawers, Director of Operations. Ruth&rsquo;s background is in specialized recruitment in the oil, gas and aviation sectors. She is also the President and Founder of the Women in Aviation Networking Group in Malta and is a passionate advocate of diversity in the workplace.</strong></p> <p><strong>Kenneth Chircop,&nbsp;former CEO of Malta Air Traffic Services (Malta&rsquo;s Air Navigation Service Provider), joins as Director, Global Network Operations&nbsp;Center. Kenneth has authored several peer-reviewed publications in aviation engineering&nbsp;and&nbsp;is also resident academic at the University of Malta&rsquo;s&nbsp;Institute of Aerospace Technologies and the Department of Electronic Systems Engineering.</strong></p> <p>Martha Romero is the newly appointed Director of Safety, Quality and Compliance. Martha&rsquo;s experience in commercial aviation, having worked with Monarch Airlines and Norwegian Air in the UK, will be key as DRONAMICS sets to expand connectivity across its European network.</p> <p>Julian Scicluna joins as Director of Flight Operations. With over 16,000 hours of flight time, his experience as a pilot includes Air Malta and Hong Kong Dragon Airlines aka Dragonair. After earning a Captain title, Julian also gained valuable experience as a Training Captain on the A330.</p> <p>Finally, Joao Jordao completes the team as Director of Maintenance and Airworthiness. As a former NetJets as well as Emirates Engineering lead, Joao brings a deep understanding of aircraft maintenance processes.&nbsp;</p> <p>The varied and extensive experience that&nbsp;the team&nbsp;brings will boost DRONAMICS&rsquo; position as&nbsp;it&nbsp;prepares for its demonstration, followed by first commercial flights from Malta,&nbsp;the company&rsquo;s European Operations base.</p> <p>&rdquo;The regulatory, operational and flying expertise that&nbsp;our complete team&nbsp;brings&nbsp;puts&nbsp;us in a strong position to fulfill our ambitions for 2022 and beyond. As our first European operations base, Malta will play a key role in establishing our commercial capabilities across Europe.&rdquo;&nbsp;&ndash;&nbsp;said Sergio Oliveira e Silva, Chief Operating Officer of DRONAMICS</p> <p><img alt="" src="https://imagizer.imageshack.com/img924/6034/IPFRVF.jpg" style="height:314px; width:600px" /></p>