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Osprey welcomes new IFP Design Team

Posted 21 September 2017 · Add Comment

Osprey has welcomed Liam Clarke, Sam Shuttlewood and Chris Latus, who together constitute their new Instrument Flight Procedure (IFP) Design Team, based at the company's new office in Northallerton.



This is part of Osprey’s ongoing growth programme and a natural extension to our expanding airspace portfolio. Osprey have already moved towards becoming a CAA approved Instrument Flight Procedure Design organisation and will be releasing further information on their progress over the coming weeks.

Osprey are currently working with some of their airport clients on their five-yearly IFP Reviews, as mandated by the ICAO. Osprey are ensuring that existing published IFPs continue to meet current needs and will continue to do so for the next five years. They aim to ensure that the published IFPs offer the best solutions for both the airports and their end users.

As well as developing their own capability, Osprey is continuing to engage and work with other design organisations. This will allow them to offer an agile service and the ability to flex their resources to meet demand.

Jon Arden, Managing Director at Osprey CSL said: “I am delighted to welcome Liam, Sam and Chris. The opportunity to recruit an entire team from another company is rare and was one we could not turn down. This means a great deal to Osprey and is the start of what I am sure will be a very exciting period in our history.

"Allied to our newly developed Noise Assessment capability, this now marks us out as one of the few companies that can deliver an Airspace Change Proposal entirely from internal resource. This internal capability will lead to shortened communication lines, a better understanding of client requirements, a faster response time (or process time) and a consequent reduction in cost for the client.”

 

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