Sky’s the limit for new BCAA hire James
A new business development manager has joined the air industry’s regulator.
Kyle James has been signed up by the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority with a remit to boost the number of planes on the country’s aircraft registry.
Mr James said: “I look forward to my new role in the aviation industry, which will allow me to continue to promote Bermuda on a global scale and to learn more about the industry as a whole from the talented team at BCAA.
“Given the current climate, it’s an exciting time to be involved in aviation and I am looking forward to continuing to grow the world’s largest offshore registry.”
Mr James has worked for the Bermuda Business Development Agency and the Bermuda Tourism Authority, where he was responsible for the development of new business relations and direct investment.
He completed his Master’s degree in Australia and also studied in Japan for a semester while studying for a Bachelor’s degree in business administration.
Thomas Dunstan, the director-general of the BCAA, said: “We were extremely impressed by Kyle’s background, experience and his drive to positively contribute to Bermuda’s economy.”
Mr Dunstan added that Bermuda had more than 850 planes on its books.
He added: “We are always delighted to welcome local talent to our team and we are confident that Kyle with make a great addition and a significant contribution to our overall goals.”