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Capt. H. Anthony Vieira: with twenty (20) years experience as a helicopter pilot and 10,000+ helicopter flying hours is the Managing Director. Capt. Vieira worked with Bristow Caribbean Limited from February 1984 to March 1990, and with National Helicopter Services Limited (NHSL) from April 1990 to February 1996. After forming Hummingbird Helicopter Services Limited, Capt. Vieira returned to Bristow Caribbean Limited as a contract pilot from March 1996 to November 2001. The majority of his flying involved offshore oil and gas support. Capt. Vieira has received training in external load lifting, winching, search and rescue, and EMS. Capt. Vieira is the holder of a U.S. CPL (helicopter) and Trinidad & Tobago ATPL (H) with endorsements on Bell 206, 212, 412, MBB BO105, S76. He has also attended several aviation related courses facilitated by the University of Southern California.

Ms. Agna Da Costa-Vieira B.A. serves as the Director Administration at Hummingbird Helicopter Services Limited & The Hummingbird Group. A result oriented and service driven professional, Ms. Da Costa-Vieira’s diverse experience in the aviation industry is no doubt an asset to our organisation. Having commenced her career in the industry as a Traffic Agent with BWIA International Airways in 1984, she worked her way up to Executive Management until her departure in 1998. Some of the positions held during her distinguished career at BWIA included but were not limited to Quality Assurance with responsibility for setting and maintaining operational and service standards, Corporate Director In-Flight services with responsibility for the administration of three hundred + Cabin Crew, Director Airport Services with overall responsibility for sixteen (16) international stations.

Ms. Da Costa-Vieira served as Ground Services Manager on contract to Air Caribbean from September 1999 to October 2000, with responsibility for standards and airport operations systemwide.

Ms. Da Costa-Vieira successfully transformed approximately 2000 square meters of the Old Terminal Building at Piarco International Airport in November 2003, to create a safe, secure, regulatory compliant and user friendly Passenger Terminal and Conference Centre for the relocation of Bristow Caribbean Limited’s helicopter operations from Galeota Point. The project was completed in one (1) month with no disruption to the client’s operations and no incident, accident or injury time recorded.