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Graeme Duckworth, president of Execujet MRO Services: "Dassault wanted to secure its global footprint"

Interview by Léo Barnier
21/06/2019 | 628 words
Graeme Duckworth, president of Execujet MRO Services:
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As last founding member of Execujet Aviation Group in 1991, Graeme Duckworth resisted evolutions and changes in shareholders. He took over the subsidiary Execujet MRO Services when it was created in 2014, and retains it when Luxaviation acquired its group the following year. He even became executive vice-president in charge of the MRO of the Luxembourg giant in 2017. When Dassault Aviation acquires Execujet MRO Services at the beginning of the year, Graeme Duckworth becomes its president again. At 62, he now ensures the integration of the maintenance subsidiary into (...)
 
 
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