GA Telesis Engine Services has appointed Carsten Holm as managing director.
He will be responsible for operational and P&L results for the engine heavy maintenance unit operation while also overseeing regulatory compliance.
Holm joined GA Telesis in 2015, holding several positions of increasing responsibility and has most recently served as GA Telesis Engine Services’ chief operating officer.
“I am excited to start this new chapter at GA Telesis Engine Services,” said Holm. “The coming months will see the opening of our new Special Procedures Aero-Engine Hospital, along with the opening of our upgraded test cell.
“Due to the strength of our organisation, experienced employees, and the diversity of the GA Telesis ecosystem, we are uniquely positioned as an engine MRO to ensure our customers’ continued success by offering innovative, flexible, and highly cost-effective solutions.”
GA Telesis’ Engine Strategy Group president Russ Shelton commented: “Carsten is recognised as an industry leader with a record of high-quality performance and delivering superior customer support. His wide range of aerospace experience is invaluable as GA Telesis Engine Services expands its capability offerings to our worldwide customer base.”