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Nathan Donnelly

Jonas,

I wish to thank you for the thousands of hours you have dedicated to this Division either through mentoring, controlling and flying.

Your work really is apparent through the success of the ATC Training Department over the past year or so.

I hope you won't be disappearing completely and look forward to you obtaining your C1 in the near future.

Thanks again,

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Ivan Yap

Jonas, whilst I haven't worked with you for long as a mentor, you've done a fantastic job in everything to do with TG2. Thanks for all you've helped me with, good luck and hope to see you around! 😃

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Graham Carr

Jonas,

I only had one mentoring session with you recently, but it was awesome. Thank you for your guidance and support, and I wish you all the best for the future.

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Adam Farquharson

Got to say, didn't see this coming. Great job with all of the work you have put in,  TG2 went from strength to strength during your time and hopefully @Lee Roberts will take over where you left off and keep it up!

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Jack Limb

For someone to have put thousands of hours into this division is incredible in itself.

You conducted yourself with professionalism and were a fantastic instructor from what I hear.

Best of luck in the future!

Jack

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Joe Burberry

It's always sad to see someone resign , thank you for your hard work.

I've not had too much interaction with you as I've only just come back on the scene but it's easy to see you put a lot of effort and time into controlling for the UK.

Hope to still see you online!

Joe

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Michael Pike

Thank you  Jonas for the huge contribution you've donated to the instructor team.

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Lewis Hammett

Thank you for all your help in gaining my S1 & S2 over the year, including your wonderful seminars. Hopefully I can repay with pilot ratings, see you around the network.  

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Harry Greenall

Jonas,

Huge thanks for the time and effort you have put into TG2, you've been absolutely fantastic!  You'll be missed 💗

 

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