IBBC is delighted to announce and introduce Radiola Aerospace as a new member.
Having operated in Iraq since 2004, Radiola is well known in Iraq, and has been deeply involved in the provision of navigation and communication systems at Iraq’s leading airports, as well as validation and inspection of flight services.
Richard Thompson, executive director of Radiola explains ‘the company constantly pioneers and evolves their technical services to meet the highest standards in operations and testing and bring best practice from around the world to Iraq’s airports. ‘Our clients include both Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority (ICAA) as regulators, the General Company of Air Navigation Services (GCANS) , and local airport operators such as Erbil, Najaf and Suleymaniyah. Richard sees an ongoing relationship with Iraq as it expands its aerospace capabilities.
Richard says ‘ we joined IBBC to give us a more formal window into Iraq and consolidate the relationships with the key players in the country, and we look forward to evolving and adapting our technology to support all forms of aerospace services’.
Christophe Michels, MD of IBBC says’ we are delighted to receive Radiola as members and to strengthen the aerospace sector table grouping. We expect to add value to Radiola’s relationships and profile among the private and public sectors and learn from its technical leadership’
Note about Radiola:
Radiola’s professionalism, dedication and integrity are a result of our 100 per cent staff ownership. The company was set up in 2003 and has grown to operate in more than 70 countries around the world.
Radiola provides its international military and civil aviation customers with cost effective solutions for their communications and navigation needs. The integration of our products ensures timely implementation and low risk long-term operations.
Specialising in aeronautical navigation aid, flight inspection, and flight validation, allows us to provide a variety of complete solutions for a wide range of customer requirements. Development of real time passenger information software has allowed us to extend our operations beyond aviation into public transport communication systems.
The head office in Porirua (New Zealand) is supported by our regional company office at Gamston Airport (United Kingdom) and operating bases in Kenya (Nairobi), Singapore and Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.