Meet our lovely writers!
Marcella Nethersole is a travel writer who has worked in Europe, the US, South America, the Middle East and Asia with book and magazine publishers in the corporate and finance market. For seven years she worked with the Flight Daily News team and specialised in aircraft interiors and inflight services.
Richard is Vice President of Analysis at Teal Group. He manages consulting projects in the commercial and military aircraft field and analyzes broader defense and aerospace trends. He has advised numerous aerospace companies, including most prime and many second- and third-tier contractors in the US, Europe and Asia. He also advises numerous financial institutions on aerospace market conditions.
As a freelance defence writer, Claire regularly contributes to some of the UK’s leading defence magazines, as well as taking on guest editor roles and in-house editorial staff roles where required. She also writes for monthly publications in Australia and Asia, and periodicals produced for the Royal Navy.
Alan Peaford is a former national newspaper journalist and the current president of the UK's Institute of Internal Communications. He edited Flight International’s Flight Daily News for 17 years and has won an Aerospace Journalist of the Year award on five occasions. He is the author of a best selling guide to business aircraft and has written for many newspapers and trade magazines.
Steve is a journalist and communications consultant specialising in space and technology. He has covered space shuttle launches in Florida and regularly writes about both European manned and unmanned space missions. As a communications consultant he has worked with some of Europe's leading technology companies.
Global managing director for Accenture’s Aerospace and Defence business.
Matthew Rosenquist is an industry-recognized pragmatic, passionate, and innovative strategic security expert with 25 years of experience.
Nick Magliocchetti is Co-Founder and CEO of Waves – a new data-driven airline currently servicing the Channel Islands. Waves is predicated on the idea that technology and data can make flying cheaper, quicker, and more fuel-efficient. Waves holds an Aircraft Operator’s Certificate (AOC) for the Channel Islands, but will be expanding to serve the rest of the UK and Europe in 2018.
James Elliott is the Director of the Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) product line for the Aviation & Defence Business Unit at IFS. With a wealth of experience spanning the Airline, Defence, OEM, and MRO market verticals, James has worked with aviation organisations on the selection and implementation of next-generation maintenance management IT.