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Jean-Paul Ebanga appointed VP Flight Avionics activities

Posted 31 August 2018 · Add Comment

Thales has appointed Jean-Paul Ebanga, as Vice-President of Flight Avionics activities.

 

Flight Avionics provides secured, natively connected systems and services that are in operation on two out of every three aircraft flying around the world every day.

Jean-Paul Ebanga reports to Gil Michielin, Executive Vice-President for Avionics.

“Jean-Paul will accelerate business model renewal and digital transformation of our flight avionics activities to the benefit of long term growth” declared Gil Michielin, “his sound experience in the aerospace domain and his track record of commercial and industrial successes worldwide will be key assets.”

 

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