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S1:E136 | 26th September 2019

Saturday with Chris Notter and Steven Dickson (part 24)

Flying past – Saturdays coming around so quickly! More discussion on the desperate need for quality and consistent test test test and testing. WHY is there so much difference and discussion?
All areas of the business now needing to come together for the good of the industry and ensuring clarity, competence and controls which are so important now.

New wave upon us – new problems facing us – now all regulatory and representative bodies need to come together and focus on the critical needs of the industry.

Technology and digitisation – key enablers to be considered so simplicity and sped of impact will be major criteria.

We touch various issues – Helsinki and use of dogs to detect V-19, Wrist bands in SIN, LH-UA range of testing and charges. HKG and rigid approach to any infection activity. Amazon increasing freighters. LCC’s reducing schedules set a realistic picture of tough times ahead.

Steven also extends his linguistic skills – to include ‘cockney rhyming’ slang.

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Chris Notter started his career with H.M.Customs & Excise before moving into Freight Forwarding. He then entered the Airline side of the business, spending 29 years with German Carrier Lufthansa. Chris always references Lufthansa as being “the best possible training platform that anyone could have been given in their early career years.” Since leaving Lufthansa, Chris has held senior leading industry roles including -Head of Cargo with Etihad, both VP of Operations at the HUB and VP of Network with Qatar Airways. More recently and during some 5 years with Saudi Cargo, he has held the position of VP Network Operations as well as Chief Ground Handling Officer. Since early 2019, Chris has once again returned to Consultancy as well as hosting the EVA Podcast series.

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