Martyn Haines, general manager continuing airworthiness, has worked for Virgin the past 21 years in a number of technical management roles, including maintenance planning and outsourced base maintenance. He also set up and managed technical services for Virgin Nigeria for 18 months. In his current role, he is EASA Part M post holder. Edited for length and clarity.
Would you please describe your role? Haines: As general manager of continuing airworthiness, a title that is very much related to the EASA Part M nominated post holder, fundamentally I am responsible for the oversight of all maintenance performed on our aircraft. Although I report to the director of engineering, I am accountable to the manager within the business, who is our COO for that Part M oversight. The direct responsibilities I have are fleet engineering, propulsion, our design ...
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