AD Aerospace, part of AD Group, has appointed Rob Nash as its new business development manager for the EMEA region. Rob will promote and support AD Aerospace’s new and existing customers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa with the FlightVu range of aircraft video safety and security systems.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Rob with his enthusiasm, drive and wealth of experience in technical sales to work with us at AD Aerospace,” said Mike Horne, managing director of AD Aerospace. “He joins us at a very exciting time as FlightVu is now well established in the market and moving out into new areas and applications.”
AD Aerospace’s FlightVu video systems offer airlines and airframers the most efficient and cost-effective way of increasing safety and security throughout an aircraft. Examples of where video can increase security include cockpit access, baggage / cargo security during loading / unloading, passenger cabin surveillance in case of air rage and perimeter security for parked aircraft. FlightVu equipment is Supplementary Type Certificated across a wide range of commercial airliners and is available as buyer-furnished equipment on Boeing production aircraft.
“I am very excited about joining AD Aerospace,” said Rob Nash, business development manager, AD Aerospace. “FlightVu video systems are not only an exciting product but also provide great benefits in aircraft safety and security and I am looking forward to offering them to new and existing customers.”
FlightVu equipment has been or is being installed on aircraft for Boeing, Qatar Airways, Sama, GECAS, ILFC, Neos, Privilege, Orient Thai, Comair, Hong Kong Express, Hong Kong Airways, bmi, British Airways, JetBlue, Thomsonfly, Air Asia, Corsair, easyJet, Sky Europe, Air Europa, Germania, TUIfly, and MyTravel amongst others.