SkyOps was founded by Peter Lynam who has over 30 years of experience in key positions in UK aviation
Having specialised in Operational Planning and Control, Crisis Management, Business Resilience, Resource Management, European and UK aviation-related legislation.
SkyOps Consulting Limited is incorporated in Great Britain and has registered company number 09543706 and VAT registration number 212 3234 64. Our registered office is c/o Wilson Stevens, Third Floor, 111 Charterhouse Street, London EC1M 6AW.
Whether it is a group of pilots or cabin crew, a team of engineers or ramp personnel, Peter has deep experience in the planning and optimisation of large staff groups and can show you how to maximise their effectivity.
Ever wondered who makes sure that 850 British Airways flights make it safely to their destinations on time each day? Peter led the team that manages this complex logistical challenge and you can benefit from this unique experience.
From volcanoes to snowstorms, from strikes to computer failures, Peter has unparalleled experience of leading a major airline’s recovery from major disruption.
Is your business prepared for the financial and public relations impacts of disruption even if caused by a third party? We can help you prepare and train and coach your team.
We can explain how to optimise the deployment of your human and mechanical resources and explain why this does not always mean minimising the numbers deployed!
A Sales Manager at a multi national client fed back to his leadership team recently...“I have found the sessions exceptionally valuable especially some of the shared knowledge which has helped us enormously on a major potential customer lead in a meeting today. The insight that Peter Lynam provided and that others on the calls shared gives us the critical USP factors that help us stand out.”
An ex colleague and former senior manager at British Airways was kind enough to say that this quote from Arthur Schopenhauer could have been designed for me.."Talent hits a target that no-one else can hit, Genius hits a target that no-one else can see". Another said that it had been a privilege to work for me and that he had learned more in the last four years than he had in his whole career. Robert Wicks in his book "A Haynes Manual to Heathrow Airport" said that "There is nothing that this man does not know about the day to day running of an airline".