Tue, Nov 06, 2012
Nick Bogner Tapped As VP Of Engineering
Nick Bogner has joined the Bendix/King leadership team as the Vice President of Engineering, Test and Certification. Nick (pictured) joins Bendix/King after 12 years at Dynon Avionics, where he was Chief Operating Officer & Vice President of Engineering. Over the past year, Nick has been deeply involved in the FAA’s Advisory Rulemaking Committee for streamlining Part 23 avionics certification requirements. Nick’s new role rounds out the Bendix/King executive team which is led by Kevin Gould, President. The other members of the Bendix/King leadership team include Roger Jollis, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management, Jim Zanino, Vice President of Sales and Customer & Product Support.
In January 2012, Honeywell re-launched Bendix/King as a Strategic Business Enterprise with the objective of returning to the market as a center stage supplier of light aircraft avionics. The business operates from its new facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Bendix/King has been supplying the light aircraft industry with navigation, communications and flight control systems for over fifty years. Based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Bendix/King is a division of Honeywell’s aerospace business.
Honeywell’s aerospace business is a leading global provider of integrated avionics, engines, systems and service solutions for aircraft manufacturers, airlines, business and general aviation, military, space and airport operations.
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