Are you thinking about a career in aviation? Do you need some inspiration about where your degree or career could take you? Are you looking for something new to listen to?

The aviation industry is under significant stress and while many are confident that the long-term future for the industry is brighter than it currently seems, there is a risk that people will change industries and the aviation industry will lose their valuable skills and knowledge.

In this podcast series, Cranfield alumnus Maxime Debry (MSc Air Transport Management 2018) speaks openly to fellow Cranfield alumni about their career paths, decisions and ambitions. As well as inspiring and informing you about potential career paths, you'll also get practical advice on how you can improve your career prospects in the aviation industry. Maxime and his guests also discuss the future shape of the aviation industry following the Coronavirus crisis.

Listen below or download it to listen on your commute or daily walk. If you enjoyed this podcast please share it on your social media channels.


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About the host - Maxime Debry

Maxime Debry (MSc Air Transport Management 2018), Consultant, PA Nyras

Maxime DebryMaxime is a Consultant at PA Nyras, a leading Management Consultancy specialised in Aviation based in London. At PA Nyras he has worked globally on airport slot valuations and transactions, airline restructuring, airline and airport operational efficiency, as well as airline network strategy.

Prior to joining PA Nyras, Maxime has gained exposure to the aircraft sale contract negotiation process while working at Airbus. He has also worked at Lyon Airport, in the Corporate Strategy department, during the airport privatisation.

In addition to graduating from Cranfield University, Maxime Debry graduated from EMLyon Business School (France) with a MSc in Management and has experience of working and studying in China and Singapore.