GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) announced the appointment of Rich Greener to senior vice president of Cargo Programs.
In this role, Greener will have global responsibility for building and executing on GECAS’ cargo aircraft strategy. Previously, he was senior vice president of Specialty Markets, which included regional aircraft.
Greener joined GECAS in 2001 from BAe Systems Airbus and has over 25 years of aerospace experience.
Formed in 2000, GECAS’ Cargo Aircraft Group currently leases nearly 100 freighters to airline customers worldwide. Its fleet includes the 737, 767, 747 and 777 freighter models. In July, GECAS announced plans to convert up to 20 737-800NG passenger aircraft to freighters beginning in 2016.
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