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Gama Aviation’s Paul Milverton To Chair European Flight Attendant Committee

NBAA Nominated Milverton To Lead The Newly-Formed Group

Business aviation services provider Gama Group said Monday that Paul Milverton (pictured), Gama Aviation Cabin Service Training and Safety Manager, has been honored to accept the NBAA's nomination to chair the European Flight Attendant Committee which will oversee the 2013 Cabin Crew Symposium to be held at EBACE next year.

The increasingly global nature of business aviation activity demands the highest levels of training for crews charged with the safety and security of both passengers and aircraft. With Cabin Crew playing a critical role in the safety, security and operational processes, the 3rd annual EBACE Cabin Crew Symposium will seek to address a wide range of issues. These will include passenger and crew safety, alongside aspects such as on-board catering and service delivery.

Paul Milverton’s selection recognises his exceptional expertise in all matters relating to in-flight service delivery, particularly in Europe and the Middle East.

Prior to joining Gama in 2007, Paul had served in the Royal Air Force. His military career included 15 years as an Air Steward with the RAF’s 32 (Royal) Squadron, of which for twelve years Paul had the honour of acting as personal Air Steward to HRH the Prince of Wales, over a remarkable total of 650 Royal flights.

“I am flattered and delighted to have been offered the opportunity to chair this new European initiative and look forward to leading the way for the 2013 Symposium. I very much look forward to working with my fellow committee colleagues to create a symposium that is as effective, instructive and popular with European based business aviation Cabin Crew as is the NBAA-sponsored Flight Attendant’s Symposium is in the USA,” said Paul. “I would like the Symposium to be an educational resource providing essential support and networking opportunities for attendees that want to enhance their delivery of cabin safety, security and service excellence.”

It is anticipated Milverton will hold the position of Chair until 2016.

(Image provided by Gama Aviation)

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