Boeing has made a number of appointments at Boeing Military Aircraft and Missile Systems. Charles Robertson takes up the new position of vice-president (VP) of business development for Military Aerospace Support, after a 33-year career with the US Air Force. Dave Bowman moves from general manager of the AV-8B Harrier programme to VP and programme manager for the C-17. Bob Feldmann takes over as programme manager for the AV-8B and T45TS programmes, moving from T45TS general manager. VP of business development for Military Aircraft and Missile Systems, Darryl Davis has been named VP USAF unmanned systems and programme manager of the unmanned combat air vehicle programme, succeeding Rich Alldredge, who is retiring. Peter Davies has been appointed chief executive of SN Brussels Airlines, joining from DHL where he was chief operating officer international Americas. Rob Kuijpers will remain executive chairman of the airline. Gregory Taylor, president of US Airways Express, will move to United Airlines as senior VP planning. Retired United Airlines chairman and chief executive James Goodwin has been elected to the board of aviation service company AAR. Bombardier has named Douglas Smith as regional VP business aircraft sales in the eastern USA and Jim Ziegler as VP and general manager business aviation services. The company has also appointed Richard Bradeen as VP in charge of amphibious aircraft, defence services and Belfast City Airport. Carole Lamarche, VP finance, will take Bradeen's former position of VP corporate audit and risk assessment. Boeing Air Traffic Management has appointed Francisco Escarti as VP business development Europe. A Finnair shareholders' meeting has cut the airline's supervisory board from 18 to 13. Six board members, Elisa Pelkonen, Pekka Perttula, Iiro Viinanen, Virpa Puisto, Ralf Sund and Pertti Salolainen, have resigned following the decision.

Source: Flight International