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Airbus appoints Patrick de Castelbajac

Posted 13 October 2016 · Add Comment

Airbus has appointed Patrick de Castelbajac as company secretary and chief of staff; effective from November 1.

De Castelbajac is currently chief executive officer of ATR, a joint venture between Airbus Group and Italy’s Leonardo-Finmeccanica. 

“As former head of ATR, Patrick is re-joining Airbus bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience. His appointment will provide valuable expertise to Airbus in the current transformation of our company,” said Fabrice Brégier, president and CEO of Airbus.

In his new role, de Castelbajac will report to Brégier and becomes member of the Airbus executive committee.

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