From November, Henry Game becomes new Managing Director at Air Navigation Solutions Ltd, a subsidiary of DFS Aviation Services.
Henry Game has held numerous positions in the aviation industry, including regional general manager operations at easyJet and chief executive officer at the Bland Group, a company specialising in the aerospace, shipping and tourism industries. His last position was as chief strategy officer at the AJW Group, a leading supplier of aircraft parts. He is a passionate rugby fan and is a trainer in the West Sussex Rugby Club. He lives in the south of England, not far from Gatwick Airport.
On 6 November, he takes on his position as Managing Director of Air Navigation Solutions, succeeding Sunjay Dussoye, Head of Engineering at Air Navigation Solutions, who had previously managed the company in addition to his other duties after Werner Spier left.
“I am overjoyed that we were able to attract such an experienced and knowledgeable executive as Henry Game to the company,” said Dirk Mahns, Managing Director at DFS Aviation Services GmbH and member of the Board of Directors of Air Navigation Solutions. “I would also like to express my thanks to Sunjay Dussoye for having taken on the role of Managing Director of Air Navigation Solutions in addition to his duties as Head of Engineering. During this phase, he not only carried out his normal duties, he advanced the transition of air navigation services at Edinburgh Airport, negotiated contracts for additional services at Gatwick Airport, helped shape collective bargaining agreements and set a world record for a single runway configuration. We would like to thank him for his untiring commitment and excellent work and for taking on this challenging double role.”
Air Navigation Solutions Ltd was set up in 2015 as a subsidiary of The Tower Company to offer air navigation services in the UK market. In 2016, Air Navigation Solutions took over air traffic control at Gatwick Airport, the second-largest airport in the United Kingdom. In 2017, The Tower Company was renamed DFS Aviation Services and Air Navigation Solutions became a subsidiary of this new company. Air Navigation Solutions will take over air traffic control at Edinburgh Airport from 2018.
Find out more about Air Navigation Solutions Ltd. on the company’s website.