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John Pitts Appointed a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers
11th October 2017
We are very pleased to announce that our Managing Director, John Pitts, has been elected as a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.Read more
Time to assess the damage – and its future limitation – at Auckland Airport
29th September 2017
eJet MD John Pitts gives an update on the fuel shortage situation at Auckland Airport and addresses the questions that need to be answered.Read more
BLOG: Where does Auckland Airport responsibility lie?
21st September 2017
In a follow-up to his previous blog on the fuel shortage at Auckland Airport, eJet MD John Pitts explores the latest developments.Read more
BLOG: How did Auckland Airport get it so wrong?
eJet MD, John Pitts, discusses the impact that the fuel shortage at Auckland Airport will have, and why airports must consider their back up plans.Read more
VLOG: Importance of contingency during hurricane events
13th September 2017
Contingency planning can be difficult for airports, but recent hurricanes across the Carribean and USA have highlighted the need for robust plans to be in place.Read more