Team Members - examples

Mark Keeble is an ex-RAF Test Pilot and a graduate of the United States Air Force Test Pilot school. He has flown over 40 aircraft types and over 3,000 hrs. This includes large commercial aircraft, business jets and high performing fighter aircraft. Mark is also a Chartered Engineer and has degrees in Aeronautcial Engineering, Flight Test Engineer and Leadership and Management.


Mike is a Chartered Engineer with over 44 years’ experience in the aircraft industry acting in specialist and leadership design/technical and project management roles. His experience has covered the entry into service of turboprop and turbofan/jet aircraft from initial design to test, certification and early in-service technical problem resolution. Mike was an ex-Chief Engineer with an OEM.


Sarah is an ICAO accredited Safety Management System instructor and an ex-UK MoD helicopter pilot. She is also a Bowtie method instructor and facilitator, delivering courses worldwide.


Martin is a Chartered Engineer who has undertaken a review of UK, EASA, FAA and Transport Canada regulations for third party aviation service providers on behalf of the UK MoD and QinetiQ. He currently provides oversight and assurance of an EASA Part 145 line maintenance facility and accompanying documentation


David is an ex-RAF pilot, flying instructor and accident/incident inspector. He is now a risk and safety management consultant. He has led a number of accident investigations involving large aircraft, fast jets and unmanned air vehicles. He has also overseen the migration of an organisation’s safety data into a digital tool using Bowtie methodology.


Stuart holds a Master degree in Aeronautical Engineering. He is also a graduate of the United States Naval Test Pilot School. He is a test pilot, engineer and manager with 25 years’ experience flying and testing in over 45 aircraft types, including civil and military fixed-wing aircraft. His research interests include safety and risk management, accident investigation, human factors and spatial disorientation.