We are expanding and hiring again

In light of the sad news of the demise of Flybmi announced last weekend Dean Simpkins, Head of Engineering RVL Group, based at East Midlands Airport commented “As with the closure of Monarch Aircraft Engineering in January of this year this is sad news and our sympathies go out to all concerned. Several of the team from Monarch recently joined our growing team here at RVL Group and again if there are any members of staff at Flybmi looking to remain within the industry I’d urge them to get in touch with us today as we are always very interested in hearing from talented people and currently have the following opportunities open:

o Technical roles to support the Part 145 maintenance organisation including B2 engineers(s)
o Part M support staff
o Maritime Task Specialist(s)
o Line pilots in particular those with B200 rating

In addition to our open roles, we also welcome any general applications / enquiries as we are a growing organisation that is continuing to expand so please get in touch with us at recruitment@rvl-group.com “

“As a leader in the provision of airborne platforms for aerial data capture, mapping, environment and safety surveillance, we are also experts in high value, low volume air cargo operations within the UK and Europe and are proud to operate on behalf of government agencies, global couriers and international logistics companies.
MD David Connor says “We are reliable, passionate people, who invest the time and effort to ensure a robust operation and a successful business for our customers which has generated today’s growth and expansion. As we continue to increase our UK staff, which is currently growing by over 30 per cent there has never been a more exciting time to be part of RVL Group. Our dedication and flexible approach is why our customers endorse us as the ‘go to’ people for on-time and on-budget aviation services.”

We are expanding and hiring

We’ve increased our UK staff by over 30 per cent to help fuel our growth and we are determined to continue to attract the best qualified staff and talent across all areas of the business.
Dean Simpkins, our Head of Engineering encourages licensed engineers from Monarch Aircraft Engineering, which went into Administration in the first week of January, to make contact.
“To be a qualified B1 or B2 aircraft engineer is an achievement for the individuals concerned, and this development for Monarch Aircraft Engineering and its employees is not only unfortunate for the shareholders, it is distressing for all those involved, engineers as well as mechanics and other employees, who have been made redundant.
“There are opportunities here and we welcome enquiries from all those affected, please get in touch today at recruitment@rvl-group.com ”
As a leader in the provision of airborne platforms for aerial data capture, mapping, environment and safety surveillance, we are also experts in high value, low volume air cargo operations within the UK and Europe and are proud to operate on behalf of government agencies, global couriers and international logistics companies.
MD David Connor says “We are reliable, passionate people, who invest the time and effort to ensure a robust operation and a successful business for our customers which has generated today’s growth and expansion. Our dedication and flexible approach is why our customers endorse us as the ‘go to’ people for on-time and on-budget aviation services.”

Airfreight policy discussions

Launch a new report on the value of Airfreight services to the UK economy. 24 Oct ’18.

Our MD David Connor attended the policy discussion on behalf of Airlines UK to launch a new report on the value of Airfreight services to the UK economy.

Held in the Thatcher room at Portcullis House, London. Hosted by Sir Graham Brady, the conclusions of the report were presented with guest speakers the Chair of the Transport Select Committee Lillian Greenwood MP and representatives from across the airfreight and airports sector.

Fleet additions keep busy through Europe…

Since entering service at the end of 2016, RVL Groups most recent fleet additions have been busy transporting freight on behalf of several clients through Europe, visiting over 30 airports across 12 different countries. If you would like to know more about how our services can assist with your supply chain or distribution network, then please contactour Group Operations Director, David Connor:dconnor@rvl-group.com

 

First of 3 enters service…

Cessna Reims F406, registration G-RVLX is now ready for charter following the completion of its equalising check and Certificate of Airworthiness inspection. Capable of transporting industry standard pallets with a payload of up to 1.5 tonnes, it is perfectly suited to go now AOG and ad-hoc charters.

G-RVLY and G-RVLW are close behind and are expected tocomplete the same process during the first week in November.

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RVL Group reach important milestone in their 737-400 spray system project

RVL Group, in collaboration with Waypoint Aeronautical, have reached an important milestone in the development of their next generation Oil Dispersant Spray System having now completed initial trials in their quest to receive a Supplement Type Certificate (STC) from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Click on the link to find out more:

http://www.king5.com/news/local/fighting-oil-spills-from-the-air/281860618

RVL Group adds 3 Cessna F406 aircraft to its growing charter fleet

RVL Group is pleased to announce that it has recentlyadded three turbine powered Cessna F406 freighters to itsfleet.

The three additional aircraft are now undergoing maintenance work prior to being added to ourAOC from early September.

The aircraft, which can carry freight and passengers, are equipped with cargo baggage pods and are capable of up to 1.5t total payload. The new arrivalswillbe utilised on our existing portfolio of long term contracts as well asbeing madeavailable to the ad hoc charter market.