Bob Horton

Bob Horton
With 26 years spent as a rotary wing pilot in the Fleet Air Arm including 10 years as a military test pilot, Bob lives and breathes aviation. He also spent 16 years as a a ​commercial pilot and senior Flight Operations Manager in a large UK airline where he was a Form 4 Post Holder in the role of Deputy Flight Operations Director. Bob’s extensive knowledge is invaluable in his role as Consultant to the product development team, ensuring they remain focussed on meeting the regulatory requirements as well as understanding the management challenges that airlines face day to day.
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Recent Posts

How to improve your safety management system by maintaining a good reporting culture

How Safety Performance Indicators Help Airlines Improve Their Safety Management System

How Automated Safety Alerting Can Support Your Aviation Safety Management System

A Practical Example of a Safety Management Objective and its Associated SPI and SPTs

What does the revised ICAO Annex 19 mean for your safety management system?

5 Reasons Why Safety Management Systems Fail To Deliver


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