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Robin Glover-Faure appointed President of L3 CTS

Posted 31 January 2018 · Add Comment

Crawley headquartered L3 Commercial Training Solutions (L3 CTS) announced today the appointment of Robin Glover-Faure as its new President.



Robin (above) succeeds Alan Crawford who will now lead the newly established L3 Commercial Aviation Solutions (CAS) sector, which includes CTS and L3’s Aviation Products businesses.
 
Robin joined L3 CTS in 2016 as the Vice President of Airline Training. Prior to this, he had 20 years of experience at British Airways, where he was latterly Head of Short-Haul business. He began his aviation career more than 30 years ago as a fast jet pilot in the Royal Air Force.
 
“The knowledge, expertise and experience that Robin brings to the company further strengthens our commercial training offerings and reinforces our position as a world-leading pilot training provider,” said Mr Crawford, President of L3’s CAS sector, commenting on the appointment. “We are confident that under his stewardship the business will enter another exciting new chapter.”
 
"I am delighted to have the honour of taking this role at the company," said Mr Glover-Faure. “It is an incredibly exciting time for L3 CTS as we continue to integrate our offerings and provide ever more customer-focused solutions. I very much look forward to continuing to build the business as we reimagine the future of aviation training.”
 
L3 Commercial Training Solutions (L3 CTS) provides intelligent total training solutions for pilots and maintainers across a wide range of commercial platforms. L3 CTS provides a full spectrum of state-of-the-art training solutions, including cadet pilot training, airline training, aircrew resourcing, training centres and high-fidelity simulation products. The company is headquartered in Crawley, UK and delivers training, resourcing and systems production from global centers in Southampton, Bournemouth and Coventry in the UK; Minnesota and Florida in the USA.

 

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