Former Boeing and easyJet executives join Faradair




Randy Tinseth and Tony Anderson have joined UK-based regional aviation start-up, Faradair. They will help the company in the development of its Bio Electric Hybrid Aircraft (BEHA).

Tinseth, who was former vice president of Marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, will head Faradair’s Advisory Board. While Anderson, former easyJet executive joins as one of the Board members.

Tinseth said: “I am both honoured and excited to join the Advisory Board for Faradair as they develop, design and bring to market the world’s most ‘environmental’ airplane.”

Anderson said: “I have always been an optimist. The post-pandemic challenges facing the aviation industry may seem daunting, but the future belongs to visionary companies that genuinely innovate and lead.”

Faradair founder and CEO Neil Cloughley said: “I have known Randy for many years and I am delighted to have him join us on our journey. He saw the commercial aircraft sector from many angles during his Boeing career and his advice and guidance as we expand will be invaluable.

The company is looking to expand into several foreign markets in the future. It is also in the process of its next round of funding, which should be complete by the second quarter of this year.