CAAB appoints new CEO

Dr Bao Rasebolai Mosinyi
Dr Bao Rasebolai Mosinyi

Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana (CAAB) has announced the appointment of Dr Bao Rasebolai Mosinyi as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective 1st July 2021.

A statement from CAAB says Dr Mosinyi, an aerospace engineer, brings to the authority broad and extensive experience in Aviation and Aerospace acquired in a period of over 20 years of service. He has previously worked for an aviation regulator, airline, aircraft manufacturer, and an aircraft engine manufacturer.
The statement further says Dr. Mosinyi, a citizen of Botswana, joins the CAAB from the United States of America where he has served in various aviation/aerospace organisations including the US Federal Aviation Administration as a senior research engineer and at Airbus as an aircraft structures engineering expert. He joins the CAAB from Pratt & Whitney where he held the position of Associate Director.

A scholar, Dr. Mosinyi holds both Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in Aerospace Engineering from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics from Drexel University – specialising in aircraft structures. He also holds of an MBA degree (Strategy and Finance) from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
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