New Head of Sales at FSC

FSC Aviation Training is excited to introduce Ms Marijn Laagewaard as Head of Sales as per 1st of November.

FSC Aviation Training, as a leading and independent training center in Aviation Training offers ‘One Stop Shop’ training programs for flight and cabin crew, will give a new direction into FSC’s Approved Training Organization with the influence and experience of Jan Groot.

Marijn will be responsible for all Sales & Marketing activities to enhance FSC in its leading position as the Full Service Training Provider. Together with Sales Managers Mark Helmond, Elena Chernyavskaya, Michiel Verdonk and Marketing & Sales Support Judith de Haas, she will support all our customer needs.

Marijn Laagewaard has experience in the Aviation industry with Lockheed Martin Commercial Flight Training and Martinair. She extended her Sales and Management skills at several other companies.

Laagewaard is excited about her new role and states:”FSC is a fantastic company with very talented people and a strong customer base. It’s a huge privilege to lead the global Salesteam and together explore new opportunities to strengthen our position as leading provider in pilot training.” She adds: “And I cannot think of a better way than presenting myself to our customers as the new Head of Sales at the EATS in Berlin this month! I am looking forward to meet and network with our customers!”

Marijn Laagewaard will report to FSC Aviation Training CEO Perry Roolvink, who is delighted with her appointment as Head of Sales.“Marijn is a powerful and talented leader, who fits perfect to our philosophy, in which we find a combination of professionalism, flexibility, transparency and friendly quality. In a challenging and innovative aviation industry we go a long way to satisfy our customers and to enhance aviation safety’’, Perry emphasizes. He continues:“With 15 Full Flight Simulators and Flight Training Devices at Schiphol Airport/Amsterdam and Düsseldorf Airport/Mönchengladbach FSC solves the need of more than 160 airlines to train their pilots and crew in the best possible way”.