Dassault Aviation appoints Guillaume Landrivon
Landrivon appointed vice president, Worldwide Spares at Dassault Aviation
Dassault Aviation has appointed
Guillaume Landrivon, vice president of Worldwide Spares, replacing Jean
Kayanakis who has taken on a new assignment as general manager of Dassault
Falcon Service, last week. Landrivon will report to Jacques Chauvet, senior vice
president of Worldwide Falcon Customer Service.
In his new position, Landrivon will lead the
spare part strategy and logistics efforts to support the fleet of over 1,800
Falcons spread throughout the world. “Guillaume has demonstrated a keen
understanding of our customers’ needs,” said Chauvet. “He has a high level
of proficiency in dealing with challenging tasks which makes him an excellent
choice to head the spare parts organization and to further expand our network.”
Currently there are 13 facilities involved in supporting the Falcon fleet
representing a total value of more than US$700 million.
In 2004, Landrivon was appointed as director,
Customer Relations and Field Service where he managed the team of customer
service managers and the newly created Technical
Center in Saint Cloud.
Landrivon, 43, holds an engineering degree
in Aeronautics from ESTACA, as well as an FAA IFR single engine private pilot
license. He has four children.