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NBAA Comments on Guillermet Appointment to EASA

Future Executive Director Welcomed by Colleagues Across the Pond

The National Business Aviation Association congratulated the next executive director of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency, Florian Guillermet.

"The decision by the EASA Management Board underscores the importance of Guillermet’s more than two decades of experience and strategic vision in the aviation industry," the NBAA's statement read. The group gave a quick overview of Guillermet's resume prior to beginning this EASA tenure.
"Currently serving as the director at DSNA, the French Air Navigation Services Provider, Guillermet has a commendable track record as a leader that values stakeholder collaboration, including his role as the executive director at SESAR Joint Undertaking from 2014-2021."

As such, they go on to congratulate the next executive EASA director.
“We congratulate Florian Guillermet on this well-deserved appointment and look forward to witnessing the positive impact of his leadership on the future of European aviation,” said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. “His selection reflects the board’s confidence in his ability to guide EASA through challenges and contribute to the safe growth of the European aviation community.”

The NBAA took a moment to appreciate the "interim leadership of Luc Tytgat, who assumed the role of acting executive director earlier this year, providing a steady hand and important contributions to EASA during the transition period between permanent directors." Tytgat, who succeeded Patrick Ky, played a "crucial role in enhancing safety, as well as the important continuation of research and innovation initiatives at EASA."

Guillermet must first complete a presentation to the European Parliament’s Committee on Transport and Tourism on January 22nd as a prelude to a formal appointment issue on February 15th, if all goes well.



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