Paul Reddish BSc (Aviation) + Senior Instructor Redcliffe
Paul has been involved in the aviation industry for 30 years, and has been interested in flying since early childhood.
Paul is currently a pilot on Boeing 737s with a commercial airline.
Through the Aerospace Gateway to Industry Schools project Paul has been a mentor and guest speaker in secondary schools for the past 4 years with the goal of encouraging students to take up careers in the aviation industry.
He has also worked as a volunteer flight instructor for the Australian Air Force cadets helping them into careers in both the Military and commercial aviation.
Early in his career he worked to establish a junior flight squadron on the Sunshine Coast, which encouraged school aged children to learn fly, and many now have careers in commercial aviation.
LoveS All types of Aircraft
Starting his career as a helicopter search and rescue crewman and then taking up flying training, Paul has a breadth of flight experience in both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters in a variety of roles. These roles included Search and Rescue, firefighting, low level operations, all weather, day and night, freight, airlines and flight instruction. This gives him a broad understanding of the career avenues available in aviation for students.