Throughout his 40-year career with the Royal Navy, Royal Australian Air Force, Airservices Australia and now To70 Aviation, Phil has been successful in his involvement in a wide-range of Air Traffic Control and Air Traffic Management programs.
Phil is an accomplished business manager with extensive experience in Air Traffic Control and Air Traffic Management project planning, development, and implementation and has demonstrated business acumen in the management of human resources and administration activities in simultaneous multitasked airspace projects. He has a proven record of accomplishment in operational management achieving strategic outcomes in both public and private sectors. Phil is a specialist expert in Airports, Airspace and Air Traffic Management, whose leadership capability is enhanced by multi-disciplined technical expertise and the ability to coach, mentor, and impart knowledge to others.
The performance-based navigation (PBN) concept specifies that aircraft RNAV and RNP system performance requirements…
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