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Chatfield named CEO of Camber Aviation

April 14, 2020  By Wings Staff

Tom Chatfield, CEO, Camber Aviation Management. (Photo: Camber Aviation)

Tom Chatfield is the new Chief Executive Officer of Camber Aviation Management, a global provider of corporate jet cabin completion management and technical advisory services. As a completions specialist and co-founder of the company, Chatfield has 35 years of experience in the aviation industry.

Founded six years ago and based in Squamish, British Columbia, Camber Aviation’s team collectively has more than 135 years of aviation experience, with each member having been involved with corporate aircraft for a minimum of 15 years. Each team member, according to the company, is also either a licenced Aircraft Maintenance engineer or holds an advanced aviation degree.

“Camber is not in the business of buying or selling business jets. Instead we are a team of expert completion managers that guide and manage the incredibly complex process of transforming a large aircraft into a bespoke corporate jet,” said Chatfield. “We work for our client, ensuring that the finished cabin surpasses their expectations for comfort, style and performance, while delivering on time and budget. We pride ourselves in delivering the best corporate jet possible, individually tailored to the requirements of our ultra-high net worth individuals, corporate and heads of state clientele.”

Chatfield is a trained avionics technician holding Transport Canada and EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineer licences, with a MSc in Airline Transport Management from Cranfield University.



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