Chevron would like to introduce Mike Stewart who has joined the business as a Director of Chevron Aircraft Maintenance.
Married with four children, Mike is a strong commercially driven leader with over 28 years’ experience working at senior, executive and board levels across a wide range of aviation industry roles. His extensive experience has included many senior and highly challenging positions working initially as Production Engineering Manager with British Airways Engineering before moving into British Airways Cargo where he headed up the UK’s Regional Cargo division.
During his career, Mike has also worked with global ground handling organisations managing several large infrastructure projects which included the establishing of start-up ground handling operations in South Africa, the setting up of a general sales team in the UK on behalf of a blue chip American carrier and more recently developing and delivering a highly challenging sales strategy for Glasgow Prestwick Airport.
Mike has established in the UK, a broad personal network of politicians, key media figures, travel and charter market executives, air freight forwarding communities, airline executives and many other broader business contacts through very active participation in industry bodies such as the European Regional Airlines Association, Airlines UK, the Airport Operators Association, the Regional and Business Airport Group (to name a few), and also through personal invitations to numerous high level government department workshops and parliamentary cross-party sessions at both Westminster and Holyrood.
Mike is delighted to be returning to the aircraft engineering business where he began his career and is eager to take on the new challenge of growing the business at Glasgow Prestwick Airport and leading the Chevron Aircraft Maintenance team to become the preeminent provider of MRO services in Scotland.