GA Telesis Promotes Meghan Burgan as Vice President of Programs and Repair Management, Component Solutions Group

GA Telesis Promotes Meghan Burgan as Vice President of Programs and Repair Management, Component Solutions Group

 

February 27, 2018 – Fort Lauderdale, Florida – GA Telesis, LLC (“GAT”) announces the promotion of Meghan Burgan to Vice President of Programs and Repair Management. Meghan will oversee and manage all flight hour programs, inventory leasing and repair management activities for the Component Solutions Group (“CSG”) within GA Telesis.

Bringing two decades of aviation aftermarket experience with her, Meghan joined GA Telesis in 2015 as Vice President of Inventory & Asset Management where she was responsible for the asset management of one the world’s largest independent rotable inventories. Prior to joining GA Telesis, Meghan held various Vice President positions at VAS Aero Services, including VP of Business Processes and Technology, VP of Quality, IT and Operations, with the added responsibility of managing repairs and customer service.  Combining previous experience in addition to her current roles of Inventory and Disassembly Management plus Repair Management, Meghan will continue to drive GA Telesis’ double-digit growth CAGR for the Component Solutions Group.

“I am honored to be selected for this expanded role and look forward to supporting GA Telesis’ continued success with our existing and upcoming programs,” said Meghan Burgan.

“We are thrilled with the overall success Meghan has brought to the company since her arrival in 2015,” said Jason Reed, President of the Component Solutions Group. “Her expertise, attention to detail and commitment to excellence are well aligned with her new role,” he added.

 

About GA Telesis

GA Telesis is a global provider of integrated aviation solutions serving the aerospace industry. The company’s extensive industrial ecosystem allows it to provide its customers with total solutions related to supply-chain, MRO, finance, aircraft fleet, and technology solutions. Over the past 12 months, GA Telesis, along with its shareholder Tokyo Century Corporation announced over $2.5 billion in new capital initiatives surrounding supply-chain and financial products. Considered a pioneer in the sector, GA Telesis serves over 2,000 customers on six continents worldwide.

 

For further information, please contact: marketing@gatelesis.com

2018-02-27T17:29:33+00:00

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