EVA INTERNATIONAL MEDIA PRESENTS
THE EVA PODCAST HOSTED BY CHRIS NOTTER
With Chris Notter & Guests
Welcome to the Eva podcast hosted by Chris Notter, speaking to professionals in the aviation industry:
Aviation has changed over the years and so too have the figures driving it. Eva podcasts offer you an exclusive look into the journeys undergone by some of the industry’s most influential leaders, charting their trials and tribulations, great successes, strong mentors and many exhilarating stories along the way.
Welcome to the EVA Podcast
Featuring such compelling characters as Desmond Vertannes & Mervyn Walker, each episode is sure to have you hooked from the start. With new episodes released every week, you can get your regular fix of aviation wisdom by subscribing to our YouTube and Apple Podcasts channels. Nice to have you along for the ride.
A new angle, a new episode. Here we are on a Saturday Morning… Now, hopefully after a good hearty breakfast, perhaps a bit of exercise
This episode we are joined by Patrick Hansen, CEO Luxaviation Group. Patrick has a solid financial pedigree having started out in Finance and Banking, based
Chris Notter speaks to Angela Gittens, Director General at Airports Council International – ACI World
This episode we are joined by Angela Gittens, Director General at Airports Council International – ACI World. A lady with a wealth of experience and
Chris Notter speaks to Trudy Wassel and Jim Szczesniak from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport
In this episode we are joined by Trudy Wassel and Jim Szczesniak from Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. A great team as will be seen
This episode we are joined by Glyn Hughes, Global Head of Cargo at IATA. Having known Glyn for well over a decade it was a
Chris Notter speaks to Fabio Gamba, Managing Director at Airline Catering Association (ACA) & Airport Services Association (ASA)
This episode we are joined by Fabio Gamba, Managing Director at Airline Catering Association (ACA) & Airport Services Association (ASA) . Representing so many core