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Price takes on head of training role at Voluxis
As head of training, Adrian Price will oversee Voluxis’s training department, making sure that courses for the crew and ground operations teams are delivered on time and in full regulatory compliance.
Head of training Adrian Price.

UK aircraft management company Voluxis has appointed Adrian Price as head of training. Price is a highly experienced private jet captain, having operated across Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and North America, who has worked for the company for the last 14 years.

CEO Andrew Boxer Missen says: “I am delighted to see Adrian promoted to the head of training position. As a highly capable and experienced pilot, Adrian will be able to develop this crucial role and ensure that Voluxis continues to maintain the very highest safety and training standards. He has been working for the company for many years and brings to the training table a huge amount of expertise.”

The role involves overseeing the smooth running of the company's training department, which primarily involves ensuring that the crew and ground operations teams' training courses are delivered on time and in full regulatory compliance.

Price adds: “Ensuring that the highest standards of training are maintained is key to our continued safe operation and in not only meeting but, where possible, exceeding regulatory compliance. It is a great pleasure to be part of this well-established management team. Voluxis continues to go from strength to strength, and I look forward to contributing to its future success.”

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