Killick Aerospace is pleased to welcome Patrick Brown as Director of Commercial Programs
Online PR News – 08-October-2012 – Dallas, TX – Aerospace Industry Company, Killick Aerospace, has appointed Patrick Brown to the position of Director of Commercial Programs. Working from Killick’s Dallas facility, Patrick will be responsible for developing and implementing the strategy to continue promotion of existing product lines and expansion of new product lines and service offerings for Jet Aircraft Engines and Airframes.
“Joining the Killick Aerospace team is genuinely exciting. To be part of a fast growing and innovative organization which is focused on inventory and asset solutions for the commercial aviation market is a wonderful opportunity.”
Patrick brings over 18 years of aerospace industry experience including extensive knowledge and expertise in both OEM and aftermarket supply chain management. Most recently, Patrick was the CFM56 Program Manager for Pratt & Whitney. He has received degrees in Political Science as well as a MBA from Loyola University of Chicago.
“Joining the Killick Aerospace team is genuinely exciting. To be part of a fast growing and innovative organization which is focused on inventory and asset solutions for the commercial aviation market is a wonderful opportunity,” stated Patrick Brown, Director of Commercial Programs (http://www.killickaerospace.com/).
Killick Aerospace is proud to welcome Patrick and is looking forward to expansive growth in their Commercial Aircraft Programs under his direction.
About Killick Aerospace:
Killick Aerospace, which entered the commercial aerospace market in 2007, has established itself as a leading supplier of commercial aircraft and engine parts and related services to the global commercial aviation market. Killick Aerospace complements its service to the international aviation community with offices and warehouses located in Dallas, Texas and Dublin, Ireland with additional personnel located in Belgium, Singapore and China.
Maintaining an engine and airframe parts inventory in excess of $ 100 million, Killick Aerospace supports aircraft operators and MRO shops for the following product lines: Boeing 737NG, Airbus A320, CFMI CFM56, Pratt & Whitney PW2000 and PW4000, General Electric CF6 and IAE V2500.