Mon, May 29, 2006
NetJets Aviation Appoints Mark Bianchi as Senior VP of Aircraft
announced has appointed Mark Bianchi to Senior Vice President of
Aircraft Maintenance. Bianchi will assume responsibility for the
day-to-day aircraft maintenance operation and administrative
functions for the 378 aircraft in the NetJets Aviation fleet.
Responsibilities include maintenance availability and reliability
of all NetJets Aviation aircraft, including scheduled and
unscheduled maintenance, maintenance control and planning, all
regional line and base maintenance stations, quality control and
quality assurance, and the inventory and logistics supporting the
Bianchi joined NetJets in 2004 after 18 years with US Airways,
where he held several leadership positions, including Manager of
Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance, 737/757/767 Fleet
Manager, and Base Maintenance Manager. Bianchi also worked as a
Principal Engineer, Heavy Maintenance Production Supervisor,
Maintenance Control Foreman and a Mechanic. At NetJets, Bianchi has
held the position of Director, Line and Recovery Maintenance and
General Manager, Maintenance Control.
Bianchi holds an associate's degree in applied science from the
College of Aeronautics in New York City. He also holds an A & P
Certificate, an FCC General Radio/Telephone Certificate, and is a
General Electric Certified Six Sigma Green Belt.
NetJets Aviation is a wholly owned subsidiary of NetJets Inc.
The operations center is located in Columbus, Ohio. All aircraft
offered fractionally in the United States, with the exception of
the Gulfstream large cabin and BBJ fleets, are operated by NetJets
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