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Pascal Jallier to be new Vice President of Sabena VIP completion programmes

Posted 8 September 2015 · Add Comment

Sabena technics has announced the appointment of Pascal Jallier as the new Vice President of their VIP completion programmes.

Jallier will be responsible for all VIP completion programmes from the completion centre in Bordeaux.
 
Philippe Rochet, Sabena’s Chief Operating Officer, said: "With his excellent record in the completions business and his commitment to customer service, Pascal is a valued addition to our VIP completion team.”
 
Jallier’s experience includes positions such as head of customer design engineering at Bombardier, head of completions at Execujet and director of program office at Altitude. He also completed 7 years at Jet Aviation Basel as their interior design manager, where he started on the first BBJ programmes to be initiated in Europe.

    

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