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Airways New Zealand appoints new Chief Technology Officer

Airways New Zealand appoints new Chief Technology Officer

Airways New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Russell Ambrose as Chief Technology Officer, a new role for New Zealand’s air navigation service provider (ANSP).
“As a technology enabled business, Airways is dedicated to providing safe, efficient and cost effective solutions for driving the long-term growth and sustainability of the aviation sector,” Airways Chief Operating Officer Pauline Lamb says.

“Russell brings with him more than 25 years’ experience in senior technology leadership roles, the majority of which have been in the critical infrastructure sector. Russell’s expertise will support Airways’ ambitious infrastructure investment programme designed to manage safe and efficient operations in New Zealand airspace.”

Mr Ambrose comes to Airways from Vector Limited where he has been Group Manager Information Technology since 2014. Prior to joining Vector in 2011, he was Information Services Manager at Genesis Energy for a decade.

He says, “It’s an exciting time to be joining Airways as we work to build a progressive airspace environment that enables aviation to thrive, with technology having a significant role in delivering this vision.”

Mr Ambrose will be based at Airways New Zealand’s Auckland Airport premises.

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