You mentioned some time ago something about a Canadian operation you were involved with.
I asked you if you could provide us with the name of this operation. What type of operation was it? Charter? ACMI? Sked? Cargo?
Also, I have a question for you on another matter.
From this website is a short bio on yourself
ROBERTSON, Neil D
Group Chief Executive, Aircargo Airlines, Johannesburg
Born 5 October 1965 in Scotland
Educated: Harrow School, England
Qualifications: MInstD, MBIM, MCIT
Career: Laker Airways, UK 1981-82; British Atlantic Airways 1983-85; Transoceanic Airways 1985-89; Chieftain Aviation plc 1989-93; Lionair Limited 1993-95; Odyssey Group Limited 1995-date.
Achievements: Masters degree in child psychology.
Leisure: Flying, travel, reading.
Children: Anri, Izel
PO Box 22860, Helderkruin, 1733
Tel: (011) 467-0326 Fax: (011) 465-2754
I will grant you that some of this information is out-of-date:
You were born in 1965, and from http://www.crispins.co.uk/expupils/guestbook/1980/gb1980.htm
you left St Crispin's School in Berkshire in 1980 (even though the bio above says you went to Harrow School in Middlesex). You have been in employment since 1981.
My questions are:
1) If you have been in employment since 1981, when did you find the time to obtain MInstD, MBIM, MCIT and a Masters Degree in Child Psychology? And what University did you get this qualification from?
You have stated in the past that these qualifications have no bearing when one has experience. However, a Masters Degree is what? At least 4 years of full-time study? Maybe more? So, although the qualification may not have any bearing on your current venture, I feel that giving the name of the university where you obtained the degree from will get rid of any doubt in my mind at least.
2) Going back to my original question on the Canadian operation. Laker and British Atlantic were UK operations. Transoceanic was a Nigerian operation? Chieftain I take is a UK operation because of it being a plc? Lionair was your failed South African venture. Odyssey Group is the group which is the current venture right? The one registered in the Isle of Man?
Where then is this Canadian operation you have said you have been involved in?
Now Neil, I have asked you these questions before on a couple of occasions, and you have managed to skirt them quite easily, but I think that they have to be answered for at least some speculation to come to an end.
So I will repeat
What was the name of the Canadian operation you were involved in?
What University did you obtain the MInstD, MBIM, MCIT and a Masters Degree in Child Psychology from?
The format I suggest you take in answering these questions is:
Answer to Question 1)
The name of my Canadian operation was ________
Answer to Question 2)
The name of the university was _____________
See, it's as easy as filling in the blanks