TEMPE, Ariz. – January 8, 2010 – StandardAero, a Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) company, has appointed Jeff Manion to the position of Vice President, Global Sales & Customer Service for the company’s Business Aviation Sector.
Manion will be responsible for directing Business Aviation’s global sales and customer service activities as well as developing, planning and coordinating sales strategies and execution, managing sales pipeline processes, and ensuring the highest quality of customer service standards for the business aviation customers.
“As the newest leader on the Business Aviation management team, Jeff fills a critical position and will serve as a key asset in the fulfillment of our Business Aviation sales and customer service strategy,” said Scott Taylor, Senior Vice President of Business Aviation. “Given the breadth of his sales and leadership experience within the business aviation industry, his decision to join StandardAero is a significant win for the company. Today’s announcement is yet one more acknowledgement of StandardAero’s commitment to ensuring its position as a top tier performer in the business aviation market.”
Manion comes to StandardAero from Duncan Aviation where he served in Sales, Management, and recently as Vice President of Sales. Prior to Duncan, Manion held various sales & marketing positions within the aircraft industry with companies such as LearJet, Camp Systems and Cessna.
Manion is a licensed A&P Technician and holds a degree in Aviation Management from Colorado Aero Tech.
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