Werner Aero Services welcomed Connie Vanfleet as their Business Development Manager for Defense Programs. Connie
Boeing has named Kim Hammonds chief information officer and vice president of the company’s Information Technology organization. Hammonds, who was formerly vice president of the Boeing Information Technology Infrastructure organization, replaces John Hinshaw, who has been named vice president and general manager of Boeing’s new Information Solutions division in Boeing Defense, Space & Security.
Karl Trowbridge joins AeroTurbine as Managing Director of EMEA sales. Karl Trowbridge has been involved in the Aviation Industry for 28 years since joining the Royal Air Force in 1983 where he served as an Engineer Officer. After leaving the RAF in 1992 he joined AAR Allen Aircraft as a Sales Manager. In 1995 he
Air Transport Services Group reported the election of Cynthia Treadwell-McConnell as president of Air Transport International, a cargo airline subsidiary of ATSG. Mrs. McConnell is currently vice president and chief financial officer of ATI. On March 31, she will succeed James L. Hobson, Jr., who is retiring after 12 years as president and CEO.
The Boeing board of directors accepted the resignation of director William M. Daley who, on Jan. 7, submitted his request to resign following his appointment as U.S. President Barack Obama’s chief of staff.
Triumph Group announced that Jeffrey L. McRae has been named President of Triumph Aerostructures-Vought Integrated Programs Division reporting to Jeffrey D. Frisby, Triumph’s President and Chief Operating Officer. Mr. McRae had been Vice President-Business Operations of Vought Aircraft Industries, In c. at the time of its acquisition by Triumph in June 2010 and has been
Monarch Aircraft Engineering has appointed Keith Earnden as Engineering Director. Keith, who took up this Board level position in December, has taken over responsibility for the management of Continuing Airworthiness activities undertaken by Monarch
WestJet appointed Cameron (Cam) Kenyon to the position of Executive Vice-President, Operations. Cam Kenyon joins WestJet from Lynx Aviation in Denver, Colorado, where he served as president and chief operating officer since 2008 and was responsible for safety, security and regulatory compliance, human resources, accounting, flight operations, maintenance and engineering, airport customer service and the