By Steve Hutt – 23rd June 2016
30th June 2016 will mark the end of my second year as FASVIG Programme Coordinator. During that time I believe FASVIG has begun to have an increasing and beneficial influence on the way General Aviation’s needs are viewed on issues related to airspace in the UK. I am proud of what we have achieved so far. However, on a more personal note, my FASVIG commitments had largely taken over my life. Recently I felt that some rebalancing was overdue so I have taken the decision that now is the right time to step down.
With effect from 1st July 2016 another Steve – Steve Green – will be taking over as FASVIG Programme Coordinator. I wish him and FASVIG continued success. Based on the actions FASVIG is taking, I believe that FASVIG has a strong approval rating among the UK GA community and hope that community will give FASVIG and Steve Green their continued support.
Steve Green OBE
Steve served in the Royal Air Force from 1974 to 2009 as a navigator on Vulcan B1 bombers, Phantom and Tornado F3 fighters, amassing over 3000 flying hours in European, Middle East and South Atlantic areas of operations. He commanded the Operations Wing in Cyprus during combat operations in 2003 and has held senior command and control of air operations appointments with the United States Air Force, NATO and the Royal Air Force. Since 2009 Steve has been the principal air advisor on projects with the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces.