Collins Aerospace Systems has released that Gail Baker has been appointed Vice President, Aftermarket Services, reporting directly to CEO Kelly Ortberg.
In her new role, Baker is responsible for leading the worldwide commercial and military aftermarket business and customer service organizations, including customer offerings, long-term aftermarket programs, spares, part repairs, asset management and technical and strategic support.
Baker has been with UTC for more than 30 years and is known companywide as a forward-thinking and customer-driven leader. She most recently led the Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance & Space Solutions segment for Mission Systems where she was focused on driving long-term growth and profitability through customer support and program execution.
Baker succeeds Ajay Agrawal who has accepted a new position as vice president of Strategy & Services at Carrier.
Australian sustainable aviation fuel industry receives massive boost with major investment
The Australian sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) industry has received a massive boost with a major joint investment. A Queensland biofuel refinery being jointly developed by Jet Zero Australia and LanzaJet is to receive investment from Qantas Group, Airbus, and the Queensland Government. The refinery is looking to produce SAF from agricultural by-products, including sugar cane.