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Andrew Boyd new Head of People and Capability

Airways New Zealand secures Andrew Boyd as new Head of People and Capability

Airways New Zealand today confirmed the appointment of Andrew Boyd as its new Head of People and Capability. Previously the Executive General Manager – People and Culture with Airservices Australia (the air navigation service provider for Australia’s airspace), Mr Boyd will take up the role on Airways’ Executive Leadership team later this year.

On making the announcement, Airways Chief Executive Ed Sims said, “Andrew’s experience across the air traffic management and broader aviation industry will be a huge asset for Airways and I’m looking forward to him coming on board.”

In addition to his Airservices experience Mr Boyd led the human resources function at Multiplex Group (now Brookfield Multiplex) and CSR Limited, both based in Sydney. Earlier in his career he worked with Air New Zealand, and in the banking sector in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

Mr Boyd will be based at Airways’ Wellington head office.

He says, “I’m delighted to be joining a growing and dynamic organisation which has some exciting times ahead as new technologies evolve and air traffic increases. And, after over 11 years in Australia, I am looking forward to the opportunity to contribute once again to a successful New Zealand aviation industry.”

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