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Aviation Action

Osprey is proud to support Aviation Action, a mental health and support charity specifically set up for people working in the aviation industry. Launched by Chris Wild (Head of Airfield Operations at Manchester Airport) and a team of industry colleagues in May 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, Aviation Action currently offers 3 pillars of support: […]

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Osprey welcomes Ross Smillie

We are delighted to welcome Ross Smillie to Osprey as a Systems Analyst in our Airports & Airspace Team. Ross joins us from Coventry University where he recently graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Aviation Management. Having completed a number of work experience placements, Ross has gained a wealth of industry experience at NATS, DAS […]

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Osprey appointed as Aircraft Technical Advisors for the British Antarctic Survey

Osprey is delighted to announce that it has been chosen by the British Antarctic Survey (BAS), an institute of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to provide technical advisory services to support the definition and delivery of a suitable Air Capability solution to support expeditions in the Polar Regions. BAS is currently carrying out a […]

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Providing Regulatory Support to the MAA

Osprey is continuing to provide regulatory support to the MAA, this time with Atkins as a task through the Engineering Delivery Partner (EDP) Agreement that is managed by UK Ministry of Defence’s Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S). EDP is helping the UK MOD to reduce costs of their engineering services, while ensuring the UK’s Armed […]

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ADS Drone Platform and Counter-Drone (DPAC) Special Interest Group

Osprey is proud to be part of the ADS Drone Platform and Counter-Drone (DPAC) Special Interest Group which is for members who are engaged in all aspects of remote control and autonomous platforms operating across the land, sea and air environments, including legislation, training and countermeasures. The group interacts with a wide range of stakeholders […]

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Osprey welcomes Sophie Davison

We are delighted to welcome Sophie Davison to Osprey as a Consultant in our Instrument Flight Procedure Design (IFPD) Team. Sophie brings extensive project management expertise and will work towards becoming a qualified and state approved Instrument Flight Procedure Designer working across a portfolio of airport projects and other projects such as safeguarding, procedure review […]

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Introducing Osprey KIDS

Message from Jon Arden, Managing Director Like every business out there, this isn’t what Osprey had planned for 2020.  Unfortunately, from time to time, life has a habit of reminding us that we’re not really in charge. Home working is not unusual for our staff so we have seen little impact in our working life. We are […]

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Apache CSP Type Certification and Safety Support

For the past 18 months Osprey has been working hard to provide engineering services and technical support to the Apache Capability Sustainment Programme (CSP) as part of Team ASSIST (QinetiQ, Atkins, Osprey and Jacobs). Specifically, Osprey are providing subject matter expertise to support the certification, qualification and safety management of the Apache AH-64E Attack Helicopter […]

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Commodity Best Practice – Why and How

Commodity safety cases are a vital but regularly overlooked piece of the safety puzzle. Often supporting the higher complex system safety argument, the commodity safety case should be developed to provide adequate assurance to the risk owner, that the commodity in question doesn’t unduly present a level of risk that results in the higher system […]

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Osprey welcomes Ryan Evason

We are delighted to welcome Ryan Evason to Osprey as a Consultant in our Instrument Flight Procedure Design (IFPD) Team. Ryan is an IFP Designer and completed his ICAO PANS-OPS training in Singapore. Prior to joining Osprey, Ryan worked for NATS delivering the DVOR rationalisation programme for NERL. He was also responsible for ensuring that […]

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