Boris has extensive experience in aircraft customer service. After having designed and developed added value services to support Aircraft – in particular A400M with the set-up of spares availability, CAMO and fleet availability services for a military customer – Boris led the A400M FR/UK Services Programme and also ensured the setup of in-service support solutions, initially for France and then jointly for France and the UK. This translated into the first joint in-service support contracts in a military programme, which included innovative solutions like the spares pool between France and the UK. This service was also joined by Spain in 2016.
Boris and his family made the move to Canada in 2016 after accepting his current role as CEO, AirPro SAR.
Nicolas joined Airbus Helicopter in 2005 after several years in the automotive industry as controller. Through his various roles within Airbus’ finance department in Europe or overseas as CFO of subsidiaries or head of Subsidiaries, Nicolas has accumulated over the 14 years of increasingly senior, international and specialized work experience.
In his last position as transport services controller for Airbus defenses and Space Spain, Nicolas ensured the sustainable profitability of the fastest growing program of Airbus military aircraft services.
Nicolas has just made the move to Canada after accepting his current role as CFO, AirPro SAR.
After a career of 30 years in the UK Royal Air Force, Richard returned to his native Canada in 2008.
Following aerospace business development positions in L3 Electronic Systems, Discovery Air and PAL Aerospace, he transitioned into Operations after the award of the Canadian Fixed Wing Search and Rescue Aircraft Replacement (FWSAR) contract in late 2016. Now the COO in AirPro, he has grown the team with PAL and Airbus in preparation for the In Service Support phase of the contract.
Married with 4 grown up children, Richard and Samantha live in Kars, south of Ottawa and enjoy DIY, the outdoor life, gardening and wine.