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BMAA Safety Officer moves on

BMAA Safety Officer moves on

BMAA's Safety Officer Kim Taylor has resigned from BMAA employment having accepted a job offer from his previous employers, the Royal Household. He is returning to be part of the team providing ground support for The Queen’s Helicopter Flight.
Kim says:

“I’ve enjoyed working for the BMAA for the last two years in flight safety and the team at Deddington are a delight to be with. I’ve been made a very generous offer by the Royal Household and opportunities like this are few and far between in life. I have offered my services to the BMAA CEO and Council as a volunteer, if they think I can be of use within the Association and it goes without saying that I will continue flying my Skyranger - and anything else I can get my hands on for that matter. I have worked with many good people both within and outside the BMAA in my role as Safety Officer and I thank them all for their support and friendship over those years”.

Kim has been an asset to BMAA and we have thoroughly enjoyed working with him. We thank him for his contribution and wish him well in his new job.

Details regarding the future role of BMAA Safety Officer will be published soon.

Rob Hughes
BMAA Chairman
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