Rick Fieldwick | Managing Director
Rick Fieldwick has extensive experience both as an Aircraft Engineer and Technical Consultant. Rick is a partner and shareholder in FlyerTech.
A Multi “X” Rated Licensed Avionics Engineer by trade, Rick has worked as a Maintenance Engineer, Technical Services Engineer and Manager for several leading long haul public transport and freight airlines as well as smaller Regional Aircraft Operators and has complemented this broad experience with in-depth Business Management training.
Rick has also worked in the Aircraft Leasing sector and is familiar with the similarities and differences of each type of commercial aircraft operation.
Rick also has a great deal of experience in dealing with Information Technology. From writing and developing databases to designing and implementing Wide Area Networks Rick has successfully merged his aircraft maintenance and technology experience to bring unique systems management solutions to FlyerTech and consequently improve the quality of service that FlyerTech is able to provide its customers.
Rick maintains his Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licenses in the U.K., U.S.A., Australia, Swaziland and Ghana on a variety of aircraft types.
Martin Bell | Operations Director
Martin and has been a Senior Manager and Director in FlyerTech since 2005 and became a shareholder at FlyerTech in 2011. His current role as Managing Director includes the responsibilities as both the Accountable Manager and Quality Manager.
Martin has a considerable wealth of experience in business management, continuing airworthiness management, quality and airworthiness reviews and he retains an EASA Form 4 as well as his Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License for fixed wing and turbine engine rotorcraft. More recently he has been recognised and approved by EASA as an external expert in the continuing airworthiness management field.
Prior to his role at FlyerTech, Martin was worked in the aircraft leasing sector as well as within CityFlyer Express an airline (AOC Holder) based at London Gatwick. As a result he has a broad understanding of the technical and commercial requirements and regulations of operating and maintaining aircraft.
Martin completed his initial engineering training as a Royal Air Force Apprentice and served for 12 years in what was a very demanding operational and active environment having worked on attack aircraft, transport aircraft and helicopters during that time.