Newly appointed leaders in Airline Service Group, Elbit Systems, and Aero-Zone

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Mike Humphreys appointed as CEO by Airline Services Group

Airline Services Group appointed Mike Humphreys CEO. Humphreys replaces Bryan Bodek, who is stepping down to focus on other business interests. With nearly 30 years of experience in international aviation services management, Humphrey has held a number of senior roles in the industry including CEO of FLS Aerospace, executive vice president of SR Technics, managing director of Oxford Aviation Academy and operations leader for Europe and Africa CAE. Airline Services Group is based in Manchester, England.  

 

Leanne Collazzo named Vice President of Commercial Aviation at Elbit Systems of America

Elbit Systems of America, a products and systems solutions company with a focus on aviation, has announces that Leanne Collazzo has joined their team as vice president of commercial aviation. With more than 25 years of experience in the aerospace and defense industry, Collazzo’s previous roles include general management, operations, engineering and marketing.

 

Aero-Zone has named Sean O’Brien as Director of Business Development

Aero-Zone is expanding its presence in Europe with a launch of a subsidiary based in Shannon, Ireland and has appointed Sean O’Brien as director of business development in Europe. Sean O’Brien started his career as a sales executive at Aerospace Industries and has spent the last 16 years at the Ages Group/Magellan Aviation Group serving as director of business development for Europe, Middle East and Africa.

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