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Avidyne Announces New Sales, Marketing Appointments

Avidyne Corporation announced Monday the appointments of Paul Hathaway to Director of OEM Product Marketing, and Jamie Luster to Director of US Aftermarket Sales. Avidyne created the positions to enhance service to OEM and dealer customers as the company expands its product lines and market reach.

An instrument-rated, multi-engine commercial pilot and airframe & powerplant mechanic, Hathaway was most recently an OEM Sales Manager for Avidyne. Prior to joining Avidyne he was a business development manager for Geographic Data Technologies, a geographic information systems consulting firm. Hathaway holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from New York University, and a master of business administration from Franklin Pierce College.

A licensed private pilot, Luster has held sales and marketing position of increasing responsibility at Avidyne, most recently as Aftermarket Product Marketing manager and as Regional Sales Manager. Prior to joining Avidyne in 2001, she held marketing and sales positions at Commander Aircraft Company and Mooney Aircraft Corporation. Luster holds a bachelor’s degree in aviation management from Oklahoma State University.

"Paul has a proven track record working closely with several of our key OEM partners. We expect his sales experience will provide him with unique insights into his new role," said Mark Sandeen, Avidyne’s vice president of sales and marketing. "Jamie has done a great job in her previous role as our Aftermarket Product Marketing Manager. She brings excellent sales, marketing and industry experience to her new role and has been instrumental in defining our upcoming aftermarket products."

"Paul and Jamie have been key contributors to Avidyne’s success. Their high energy leadership and industry experience will be a great asset to the company as we expand our presence in the general aviation market," said Dan Schwinn, Avidyne President.

Based in Lincoln, MS, Avidyne is the largest volume producer of integrated flight decks and was the first to bring the technology to light general aviation. Avidyne’s Entegra line is now available on more than seventeen different new aircraft models and is the foundation of the Avio integrated avionics suite in the Eclipse 500 VLJ.

FMI: www.avidyne.com


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