Thu, Jun 15, 2006
Aims To Grow Sales To GA Aircraft Manufacturers
announced Thursday the appointment of Jack Hess, a 26-year aviation
industry veteran, as an OEM Sales Manager.
Representatives with Avidyne told ANN that Hess, who will be
based at Avidyne’s Columbus, OH facility, has extensive
experience in avionics for general aviation and military aviation
and is an instrument-rated commercial pilot.
Prior to joining Avidyne, Hess worked at L-3 Communications
Avionics Systems, where he advanced to management positions
overseeing key OEM activities. In addition to his business
experience, Hess developed his technical skills and field
experience as a communications and navigation systems avionics
specialist with the Ohio Air National Guard from which he retired
in 2002 following 22 years of service.
"Jack’s combination of extensive business experience,
outstanding industry contacts and real-world avionics experience
makes him an excellent addition to the Avidyne team," said Mark
Sandeen, Avidyne’s vice president of sales and marketing. "We
know that our OEM partners will appreciate his proven skills and
hands-on avionics wisdom."
Based in Lincoln, MA Avidyne Corporation develops and markets
innovative avionics that improve the safety, utility and value of
general aviation aircraft.
The company's Entegra line is available on more than 18
different new aircraft models, and is the foundation of the
integrated avionics suites in several upcoming very-light-jets.
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