Thu Nov 19, 2020 6:03 pm
And having listened to his lecture - not deeply enthused. I really expected more from a man of his credibility. It was mostly corporate blandspeak, with few insights.
A few notes about the safety concerns about post-Covid industry recovery, which is fair enough.
Lots and lots and lots of repetition of the word "consumer".
Little mention of aircraft manufacturing. A passing mention that recreational flying must have at least a little bit of airspace left.
Some discussion about the "considerable work" done towards the various outcomes involved in EU exit, but just an assurance that he's hired all the right people. Seemed to be clear that we are absolutely leaving EASA.
"The CAA does not support any sector, it would be wrong if we did" !
Perhaps unsurprising, but disappointing.
I am Spartacus, and so is my co-pilot.