Fri, Jul 02, 2010
Brings 30 Years Of Experience In The Aviation Industry To The
Gretchen Jahn has been appointed Chief Operating Officer for
Remos Aircraft, the company announced Wednesday. Ms. Jahn brings to
Remos over 30 years of entrepreneurial experience in manufacturing,
IT and aviation leadership.
Mr. Edward Roberto, Remos CEO, stated, "Gretchen Jahn brings a
level of understanding to our business that will have a direct
positive effect on our customers. A pilot for over 20 years and an
aircraft owner herself, Ms. Jahn understands the relationship
between the manufacturer and the customer."
Ms. Jahn was most recently Director of Knotridge, Limited and
provided strategic consulting services to businesses in aviation
and manufacturing industries. Prior to leading Knotridge, Ms. Jahn
was the General Manager of Alpha Aviation Ltd of New Zealand, and
formerly CEO of Mooney Airplane Company. During her tenure with
Mooney Airplane Company she managed to double the production rate,
bring two new models to market and solidify the bond that Mooney
owners had with the factory.
"It is my pleasure to have this opportunity to join a
fabulous company like Remos Aircraft" commented Jahn. "It is our
goal to demonstrate a level of commitment to our customers that
will build confidence in the Remos brand and will truly set us
apart from every other Light Sport Aircraft being manufactured
today." Jahn believes that Remos customers, operators,
dealers, flight centers and service centers are all part of a
family with the manufacturer, and this growing relationship will
further strengthen levels of support by Remos and partners.
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Ms. Jahn received her BA with honors from Lawrence University
and her MA from the University of Colorado. She also obtained her
Certificate in Integrated Resource Management (CIRM) from the
American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS). As an
avid pilot for 20 years, she is a member of the 99s, the Colorado
Pilots Association and on the Board of the Air Race Classic, Inc,
and competes in cross-country air racing.
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