Thu, May 01, 2003
New Chief Pilot for Viva Airlines
The Auxer Group has appointed Ronald S. Greene Chief Pilot for
its Viva Airlines, Inc. subsidiary.
Mr. Greene is a military veteran of the United
States Air Force and Army and has held various aviation management
positions with North East Airlines, Kabo Air, Direct Personnel of
Dublin, Ireland, Air Atlanta and National Airlines. Mr. Greene has
captained B747s, 757s, 767s and served as a first officer of 747s
and L-1011s. Mr. Greene will be responsible for flight standards
and safety of Viva Airlines, Inc.
Robert Scott, Auxer's President and CEO, stated,
"I am pleased to be adding Ron Greene to the Viva management team.
Ron has begun to assemble pilots and crew for training. Our first
group of pilots and crew are currently undergoing training at the
Pan Am International Flight Academy in Miami, Florida. This initial
group will conclude this phase of training by weeks end."
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