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Published on : Monday, July 20, 2015
Following the recent news of IBA’s new investors, the team are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Aviation Analysts. Alastair Fallon and Marlon Tull join IBA this month, further strengthening the busy consultancy team and supporting the Company’s ongoing growth strategy.
A former member of the Royal Air Force, Alastair studied Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Glasgow while serving as an RAF University Cadet, graduating with a 1st Class Honours degree. Following this, he completed Officer Training at RAF College Cranwell. He has also worked at PA Consulting where he undertook a research project for the MSc in Air Transport Management: ETOPS (Boeing v Airbus). More recently, Alastair was a lecturer and Course Director for the new BSc (Hons) in Air Transport Operations at City University London.
Marlon graduated from the University of Salford with a BSc in Aviation Technology with Pilot Studies. He also studied for an ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) Aeronautical Information Service Officer Certificate, passing with a Distinction. Prior to joining IBA, Marlon completed a work experience placement at the Barbados Civil Aviation Department, in the role of Aeronautical Information Service Officer.
Usman Ahmed, Senior Aviation Analyst at IBA, comments, “Over the last year IBA has seen tremendous growth in aviation consultancy and rotary wing work. Alastair and Marlon have joined to support us through this ongoing expansion period and also to open up new avenues within the defence and air transport operations sectors.
“Within IBA, my division’s main focus continues to be aviation consultancy projects, airline setups, feasibility studies, maintenance cost benchmarking and helicopter consultancy and valuation advisory. Alastair and Marlon have experience and skills that are pertinent for these sectors. I am confident that they will both be a great asset to our business and am pleased that they have chosen IBA to progress their careers further.”