Graham HowardChief Training Captain
Graham is Blink's Chief Training Captain. He is responsible for training and development of all Blink crews.
Graham has over 36 years of experience in the aviation industry, amassing over 16,000 hours of aircraft and simulator time. Prior to joining Blink, Graham has worked on a consultancy basis for various international airlines, providing simulator training and checking of pilots. In 2005, Graham retired from British Airways following 34 years of service on airplanes including the Boeing 707, 737, 747, 757, 767 and finishing as a senior training captain on the world's largest twin jet, the Boeing 777.
He gained his first command in 1988 whilst operating on the Lockheed Tristar, following his first training appointment on the BAC 1-11 in 1987. Graham started his career in 1971 with BOAC after graduating from The College of Air Training at Hamble.