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Osprey CSL wins 'Best Consultancy' at AOA Awards

Posted 23 November 2016 · Add Comment

Osprey CSL has won 'Best Consultancy' at the Airport Operators Association (AOA) Annual Conference & Awards 2016.



The judges specifically acknowledged Osprey “for demonstrating the great operations benefit to airports based on multi-agency working to develop solutions, freeing up staff and protecting airports long-term.”

Jon Arden, Founder and Managing Director of Osprey attended the gala dinner in London to collect the award.

Jon said: “We are delighted to win this award and extremely proud that our efforts have been recognised against such talented competitors.  It reflects the strength of our offering across the aviation industry, and I’m thrilled to accept it on behalf of the entire team.  At Osprey we strive to help our clients solve their most pressing issues, and this award is fantastic recognition of the top quality technical support and advice we have delivered, and reinforces our position as one of the leading aviation consultancies in the UK.”

This latest award is the perfect accompaniment to the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) ‘Innovation in Safety’ award, which Osprey won with the A400M Project Team (UK MoD) for providing safety innovation in the A400M Atlas programme.  When combined, these two awards represent the full breadth or our services offering and the extensive reach we have right across the aviation spectrum.

For now, the celebrations will continue back at the company's offices in Bristol, Basingstoke and Lincoln.
 

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