Saturday , January 28 2023

Captain Roger Hodge retires from Winair

aptain Roger Hodge has retired after thirty years of service with Winair.

Hodge began his career with Winair in 1990 and continued until his retire­ment this year. He served in Winair’s flight department, beginning as a first officer and progressing through the ranks quickly to be­come the company’s most senior captain.

Captain Hodge and his wife Rosemary (center) surrounded by Winair crew, staff and friends.

Winair said in a press statement that his many accomplishments as a training instructor, check airman and, most important, shar­ing his knowledge through tutoring and developing the airline’s junior pilots showed an example of what it means to be a pilot. “Captain Hodge, a pillar in the flight department, pro­vided all our staff the ex­ample of how we can better work together for a com­mon goal,” Winair said. “His passion, commit­ment and love of flying complemented his work. This resulted in him taking people under his wing, sharing his knowledge and skill, resulting in many of us being better employees and people. It is time now for Captain Hodge to enjoy a very well-deserved retire­ment, but knowing our cap­tain, he will always avail­able and continue sharing his experiences with the younger generation, always inspiring people to develop themselves.”

Winair thanked Hodge for his years of dedicated ser­vice to the company.

The Daily Herald.

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