FlightSafety International has promoted the following personnel: Ron Ladnier has been promoted to vice president, FlightSafety Services Corporation. He replaces Mike Sangster who will be retiring from his full time position as the end of 2013. Mike will continue to serve as a consultant.
Daniel MacLellan has been promoted to vice president, Operations. He will assume responsibility for operations at FlightSafety’s worldwide network of Learning Centers from Greg McGowan, senior vice president, Operations, when he retires at the end of 2013.
David Judge has been promoted to assistant manager of the company’s Learning Center located at the London Farnborough airport in the United Kingdom. Anthony van de Geest continues to serve as Assistant Manager of the Farnborough Center. David’s appointment will enable Anthony to increase the support he provides to FlightSafety's Learning Centers in Johannesburg, South Africa and Stavanger, Norway.
Craig Fuller has been appointed chairman of the board of Redbird Flight Simulation, a Texas company that develops flight training products. Fuller was president of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA). Fuller replaces Jerry Gregoire, who founded the company and who will now focus on expansion strategies, research, and new product development.