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Dallas Airmotive, a BBA Aviation Global Engine Services company, has announced that rotorcraft industry veteran, Charles “Chuck” Hagen, has joined the company as the rotorcraft regional engine manager for the southwest United States and Alaska regions.
Hagen is an airframe and powerplant (A&P) licensed technician who brings more than 25 years of engine maintenance experience to the role, including over 20 years of tenure at AeroMaritime. He is also the 2018 HAI Salute to Excellence Rolls-Royce Excellence in Helicopter Maintenance Award recipient honored for his accomplishments and service in managing and supporting helicopter maintenance operators around the world.
“We are thrilled to add Chuck to the rotorcraft sales team,” said Mark Stubbs, chief commercial officer of global engine services. “With his extensive experience and deep understanding of the industry, I’m confident Chuck will provide exceptional support and a wealth of knowledge to our customers.”
Additionally, Stubbs commented on Hagen’s dedication to providing solution-based service to operators during the engine repair and maintenance process.
“He’s eager to start working with customers in the field and sharing his expertise. Chuck is committed to ensuring he gets our customers’ aircraft back in the air in the shortest time possible. We’re thankful to have him and other staff on the team that understand what’s important to our customers and will do anything they can to find solutions to fit their needs.”
For helicopter operators in the southwest U.S. territory including New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana, as well as Alaska, Hagen is the point of contact for all helicopter engine needs.