Interviews with people of interest in aerospace, including those in industry, government and AIN’s “Bizav Warriors.” Topics include announcements of personnel changes, awards and final departures.
<b>David Bender</b> was named president of the electronics group at Lynwood, Wash.-based <i>Crane Aerospace & Electronics</i>.
At press time NetJets had not named a new president, the position from which Bill Boisture resigned early last month.
<b>John Reimers</b> was named president and CEO of <i>Aviation Partners Boeing</i>.
Several leadership changes, including two U.S.
<b>Joseph Hawkins</b>, an assistant professor of aerospace at Middle Tennessee State University, was named National Aviation Maintenance Technician of the
<b>Hugh Boyd</b>, Chevron’s chief pilot, died in a snowmobiling accident in February.
Transportation Department Inspector General Kenneth Mead, a tireless ally of disgruntled airline passengers and often a thorn in the side of the nation’s a
Eurocopter test pilot Didier Delsalle (center) and president and CEO Fabrice Brégier (right) accepted the world record verification from Fédération Aéronau
Running a flight department has historically been considered a job for a pilot, but the industry is recognizing that maintenance technicians can bring a di
In his annual letter to shareholders, 75-year-old Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett addressed the issue of management succession at his company: “