Nevis Mourns the Sudden Passing of Pilot Sean Henville

Nevis is reeling from the unexpected loss of one of its aviation stalwarts, Captain Sean Henville, who passed away at the age of 54. With over 10,000 hours of flight experience and a distinguished career in the airlines/aviation industry, Captain Henville was a respected figure both in the skies and on the ground.

A graduate of Florida Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Flight Technology and Aviation Management, Captain Henville’s expertise extended far beyond flying. His roles as a Chief Pilot and Director of Operations underscored his commitment to safety and efficiency in aviation.

Throughout his career, Captain Henville piloted various aircraft, including the Dash 8, ATR 42/72-600, and Beech 1900, leaving an indelible mark on Caribbean travel. His tenure at LIAT (1974) LTD and other airlines exemplified his dedication to his craft and the region he served.

Beyond his professional accomplishments, Captain Henville was remembered as a proud Nevisian, dedicated to his homeland’s aviation legacy. Everton Powell, known as the Biggest Baddest Blogger, paid tribute to Captain Henville’s role in Nevis’s aviation history, recalling the pride felt when Captain Henville piloted Nevis Express’ inaugural flight from Puerto Rico.

Captain Sean Henville’s untimely passing leaves a void in Nevis and the aviation community. His calm demeanor, professionalism, and passion for flying will be sorely missed. Nevis mourns the loss of a true patriot and aviation pioneer. Our heartfelt condolences go out to his family and loved ones during this difficult time.

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