After an amazing 14 years leading Flight International, Murdo Morrison is moving to a new role within Flightglobal to fully exploit his skills and enormous market knowledge across the aerospace sector.
Morrison is promoted into the role of head of strategic content, where he will manage Flight Daily News along with our strategic content programme, specifically including management of the Flightglobal thought leadership initiative, which seeks to deliver enhanced analysis and content widely to the aerospace market.
Craig Hoyle moves up to become editor of Flight International, reflecting the strong leadership he has demonstrated in the managing editor role at the magazine over the last year. Hoyle, who has been with Flightglobal since 2003, will be supported in his new role by Dominic Perry, who is appointed Flight International deputy editor.
“I’m delighted to be announcing these changes. We have always had a highly capable team associated with the Flight International publication and to be able to further utilise this enormous talent to the benefit of our customers is fantastic,” says Max Kingsley-Jones, executive director content for Flightglobal.
Meanwhile, the global editorial team has been strengthened with the appointment of Beth Stevenson to the permanent role of aerospace and defence reporter, based in London, and James Drew, who joins Flightglobal’s US bureau in Washington DC as Americas aerospace reporter.
Source: Cirium Dashboard