Ged Mills joins BI Worldwide from AYMTM

BI Worldwide has expanded its Group Aviation Department with the appointment of Ged Mills from AYMTM.

Ged Mills joins BI Worldwide
Ged Mills joins BI Worldwide

Mills, who was formerly flight logistics manager at AYMTM, said he was joining BI Worldwide because of the agency’s focus on best-in-class procurement and flight planning practices, as well as its continuous development programme.

BI Worldwide’s director of operations, Shaun Casey, said: "We are delighted that Ged has decided to join our highly experienced Group Aviation Team, bringing a wealth of knowledge and a different industry perspective."

Jo Grier, group aviation manager at BI Worldwide, added: "It’s great to have Ged on board. We have an ambitious and exciting aviation strategy to deliver in 2016 and he complements the team with his knowledge, experience, professionalism and cultural fit."

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