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Airbus Names John Kefaliotis as Metron Aviation Subsidiary President; Allan McArtor Comments

John Kefaliotis, formerly Exelis vice president of international strategy and business development, has been appointed as president of Airbus Group‘s air traffic management subsidiary. Airbus said Monday Kefaliotis provides more than 40 years of air traffic management experience in operational air traffic control, government services and systems contracting to support Metron Aviation‘s …

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Executive Profile: Alan Bloodgood, BD SVP at Siemens Government Technologies

Alan Bloodgood serves as senior vice president for business development at Siemens‘ U.S. federal business organization — Siemens Government Technologies — and supports agencies in the healthcare, energy and infrastructure arenas. He has nearly 30 years of experience in government contracting, program management, aviation and software engineering with companies such as …

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Gregory Gernhardt Named Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines President

Gregory Gernhardt, who formerly led an engine program for the Airbus A320, has been promoted to lead the commercial engines area at Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies. In his new role, Gernhardt will will be responsible for all commercial Engines program management, sales and marketing activities, United Technologies said …

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Paul Kahn Joins Airbus Group as UK President; Marwan Lahoud Comments

Paul Kahn, formerly president and CEO of Thales‘ operations in Canada, has joined Airbus Group as president of the aerospace and defense conglomerate’s business in the U.K. He will succeed Robin Southwell, who has left Airbus after a nearly 10-year career there, and be responsible for Airbus Group’s relationships with the British` government, armed forces and industry, Airbus …

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Airbus CEO Fabrice Bregier to Chair Foundation Board

The Airbus Corporate Foundation’s board of directors has appointed Fabrice Bregier, Airbus’ president and CEO, to succeed EADS CEO Tom Enders as chairman of the board. EADS said Enders has led the foundation since 2008 and will move to an honorary chairman post. The foundation aims to facilitate charitable activities …

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Dreamliner Tests Well, According to Boeing

There may be truth in advertising after all. Boeing’s Dreamliner might just turn out to perform like a dream. The Boeing 787 completed its 1,000th flight yesterday. The flight test program includes seven airplanes that have flown almost 3,000 hours and more than one million miles. According to Capt. Mike …

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