Airways people have great work stories, because we’re committed to helping create them.
Justine Whitfield - Manager Product Development
No day is the same for Justine at Airways. Tasked with developing and launching innovative new services and products, she spends her time looking for new ideas and nurturing relationships with customers.
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Lucy Mitchell - Air Traffic Controller/Safety Improvement Coordinator
Safety is at the forefront of Lucy's mind on a daily basis, in her dual role as a radar controller and safety officer. So much so, she was the inaugural winner of the Jilly Murphy Scholarship for Aviation Safety in 2014.
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Chris Wiltshire - Technical trainee
Chris has been pulling things apart from before he could walk, so a role as a technical coordinator at Airways was always on the cards. He enjoys the challenge of working out how to fix the huge number of systems that work together at Airways.
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Clayton Lightfoot - Chief Controller, Queenstown Tower
Clayton loves the variety of his role in the Airways tower with arguably the best views in the country. He's worked in the training centre and the radar centre, and is now Chief Controller of a very complex aerodrome - and he's loving it.
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Megan Campbell - Manager, People Services
Megan has been in the perfect position to see how Airways’ people capability focus has helped the careers of many of her colleagues.
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Nathan Kavumbura - Airfield Lighting and Systems Engineer
When considering his career choices, anything with an engine was initially the only criteria for Nathan. Now he’s realised his childhood dream of getting into aviation.
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Mandy Bockett - Training Programme Coordinator
Mandy joined us in an administration role at 22. She's now travelling the world in a training coordination role, and we supported her as she studied for her Masters in Applied Psychology.
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