Chief Helicopter Pilot/Director
Morgan has safely flown over 6500 hours spread over a large variety of operations Australia wide with a nil accident record on all of those.
Having previously worked with one of Australia's largest helicopter operators, Morgan can draw on a vast wealth of experience built through his tasking in many different helicopter operations Australia wide, most of those were in remote areas, with a special emphasis on Geophysical surveys, specifically the SKYTEM and RESOLVE electromagnetic survey systems.
During his career, Morgan has gained an in-depth knowledge of Northern Western Australia having started his flying career as a mustering pilot on a Kimberley cattle station, and from there progressing to a commercial mustering operation still in the Kimberley where he cemented his skills as a experienced mustering pilot before crossing into the turbine utility world.
Morgan is also a CASA approved Aerial Stock Mustering and Low Flying training pilot.
Managing Helicopter Director/Pilot
Dan has in excess of 7000 hours in helicopters with a nil accident record on all of those. He has a long association with helicopters and the pastoral industry in Northern Australia.
Having started his career on a Northern Territory cattle station where he was also a pilot. He progressed to head stockman and was also involved in all aspects of the operation. With an eye on more flying he moved to a large operation in the Kimberley as the head stockman and a mustering pilot, he quickly progressed to the Manager of one of the largest cattle operations in Western Australia a position he held for nine years.
In that time he has developed a private helicopter mustering operation second to none though a sound maintenance program and regular pilot training and mentoring.
He has also introduced Helicopter Agricultural operations to the station in that time contributing to the aerial seeding and spray operations for the stations cropping and farming operations.
He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Frontier's management though this involvement and has a lot of contacts and local knowledge of the Kimberley region.