Chief Industry Affairs Officer of Luxaviation Group Appointed to EBAA’s Board of Governors

March 22, 2024
The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) is the leading organization for operators of business aircraft in Europe.

David Van Den Langenbergh, Luxaviation Group Chief Industry Affairs Officer of Luxaviation Group, was appointed a member of the European Business Aviation Association’s Board of Governors during the 2024 Annual General Assembly which took place on March 20 in Brussels. The nomination recognizes Van Den Langenbergh's longstanding commitment to serving EBAA values and objectives. 

Patrick Hansen, CEO of Luxaviation Group comments: “David Van Den Langenbergh’s appointment is a testament to Luxaviation’s continuous influence and relentless commitment to the European aviation sector especially at a pivotal time when the economic winds in Europe are less favored and when ESG is becoming a decisive factor for our industry. David's and Luxaviation’s acceptance into the Board of Governors highlights the respect and recognition Luxaviation commands as a trailblazer and a trusted industry partner as well as the leading role Luxaviation is committed to beplaying in Europe.” 

Van Den Langenbergh joined Luxaviation Group in September 2014 as Chief Technical Officer. He successively became President of Luxaviation Aviation Services in January 2019 and has been Luxaviation Chief Industry Affairs Officer since June 2022. Van Den Langenbergh is a member of the Board of Directors in multiple Luxaviation AOCs of which one is the only Single EASA licensed AOC for business aviation. 

Van Den Langenbergh is also Accountable Manager for the Luxaviation San Marino AOC, offering an international commercial operation platform for aircraft owners that need a flexible solution combined with  professional, secure and safe aviation environment. 

Since 2016 Van Den Langenbergh has been a board member of the General Aviation Manufacturer’s Association (GAMA) having been the Chairman of the European Leaders Steering Committee for 4 years and an active member of multiple working groups. He is the Co-Chair of the EBAA – GAMA Maintenance Working group and Chairman of AMAC’s Maintenance Working Group. 

Van Den Langenbergh discusses on a regular basis with EASA, FAA and EU aviation representatives to support Business and General Aviation interests.  

The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) is the leading organization for operators of business aircraft in Europe. EBAA represents more than 700 companies from across the entire value chain of the European Business aviation industry.