Terry Holloway – Director of Marshall of Cambridge (Holdings) Ltd – has taken over as Chairman of e-Go aeroplanes Ltd.
The company says this is the final step in a process of re-organisation, following the appointment of William Burnett as the Chief Executive in May and Richard Clabon as Production Engineering Manager.
Terry Holloway said “I am delighted to have been elected by the Board of e-Go aeroplanes as the new Chairman and look forward to helping this bright and dynamic company to grow and expand into international markets from its Cambridgeshire base”.
e-Go Aeroplanes has designed its single-seat de-regulated (SSDR) aircraft for the sports and leisure market. The first customer’s aircraft was delivered in June and the company is seeking funding to transform the business from research and development to a full-scale manufacturing.
“Terry Holloway is a very experienced and accomplished pilot and a well known business figure within the Cambridge community,” says William Burnett. ‘I am delighted that he has agreed to become Chairman of the Board and I very much look forward to working alongside him and developing the company.”