The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands recently recognised long-serving staff for their contribution to the organisation.
‘We have set increments of five years and are very proud to say that we have employees ranging in their tenure from just under a year right up to thirty two years,’ said Chairman of the CAACI Board, Sheridan Brooks-Hurst.
‘As such we would like to recognise and thank the following for their time and what they bring to their jobs each day,’ she said.
The following staff members were recognised for their dedicated service:
Douglas Cushman, manager of flight operation, who has served five years with the CAACI.
Nicoela McCoy, director of commercial affairs regulation & administration, who celebrated five years in 2007.
Ian Scott, director of air safety regulation, whose tenure reached ten years in 2007.
Yvonne Gray, office administrator, who recently celebrated thirty years with the CAACI.
Richard Smith, the director general of civil aviation, who celebrated thirty years in 2006, making him the longest serving member of the organisation.