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Kamil Bonczyk

Age: 19
Nationality: Polish
Status: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Tasks: Fleet Managing / Downloads / Research

Occupation: Student
Joined Staff Team: Founder (17 February 2013)

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Tell us a bit about yourself...

I was born in Poland, in a small coal mining city of the Silesian Region, called Ruda Slaska. I moved to England at the age of 10, and I'm living in North West England ever since. I'm studying an IT & Multimedia degree at University of Salford in Manchester. Among my likes are aviation, web design, music and football. At university, I produce and present content for student radio station, Shock Radio.

I have been a Chief Executive Officer of flyeuro since its foundation. I feel debating and communication is key to success. I look for our new and existing staff to be motivated, ambitious and passionate about what they do.

What has your virtual career been like?

I started with FS2002 but I did not fly much. The learning curve felt overwhelming to an eleven year old haha. Eventually FS2004 taught me a lot, and how to fly the PMDG 737 NGX, and I joined Fly UK VA. I switched to FSX, and here we are - at flyeuro.

Why did you create flyeuro?

Out of frustration. I could not find a virtual low-cost airline that has it 'all', and therefore I decided to take things into my own hands.

What is your role at flyeuro?

I am a project manager, and I take final decisions on the developments we discuss. I also look over the airline, and I make sure that things run to plan. On top of that, I'm the lead Web Developer for flyeuro, and I am responsible for the structure of our management team.

What are your ambitions for flyeuro while being on the staff team?

"To become Europe's favourite low-cost virtual airline". I'm here to make our dream and ambition come true, and I'd like to influence every staff member that joins us to help to lead the airline in that direction. I'd like it also to be all about user interaction and feedback. We're in it to win it together.

One day, you never know, you may board a flyeuro aircraft in real life. Who knows?

Any wise words / advice and such you'd wish to share with the public?

Practice makes perfect (apparently!)

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