John has always had a passion for aviation and through a career with Air New Zealand has gained a strong understanding of aviation operations and the strategic nature of the industry. During his career with the airline, John held multiple leadership roles and was involved in projects such as the introduction of both the 777-200 and -300 type aircraft and the development of the IFE for the 777-300. He was also part of a small team who created and published the internal communications magazines for Air New Zealand’s pilots, cabin crew and ground staff balancing a mix of corporate and social content.
John is educated to postgraduate level achieving a Masters degree with Distinction in Airline and Airport Management and has recently led an undergraduate Aviation Management course for 450 students at a leading London university. John is currently an external instructor for IATA (International Air Transport Association) and a member of the Heathrow Community Fund’s ‘Communities for Tomorrow’ panel.
Latest posts by Ryan Ewing (see all)
- Trip Report: Qantas First Class – Los Angeles to Sydney - June 4, 2018
- 12 Photos from LAX’s Bustling Airfield - May 13, 2018
- A String of Bad Luck? Three Near Back-to-Back Aviation Incidents in 24 Hours - April 17, 2018
- Location: London, UK