13 August 2020
Aerocycle welcomes Ed Glueckler to the management team
Seasoned aviation industry expert joins Aerocycle’s executive team.
MONTRÉAL, QC, August 13, 2020 – Aerocycle Inc. today announced the appointment of Edward Glueckler as Senior Vice President of Marketing, Sales, Business Development and Environmental Compliance.
“Ed’s background and experience fill a need in our strategic business plan, said Aerocycle President and CEO Ron Haber. Ed will not only be responsible for Aerocycle’s global business development and customer support effort, but will also lead Aerocycle’s programs to explore new technologies for recycling, up-cycling and environmental compliance.”
Ed brings over 30 years of aviation industry experience to the team. His career includes leadership roles with American Airlines, CDG a Boeing Company, and the Air Transport Association of America. Ed is best known for his role as the former Secretary General of the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association and as the founding president of the Aviation Suppliers Association, where he provided the leadership for the establishment of the ASA-100 Quality Standard and the FAA AC00-56 Accredited aircraft parts supplier program.
“I am truly excited about my new position at Aerocycle. This is the most challenging time our industry has ever faced, and Aerocycle is one of the few companies strategically positioned and equipped to deliver sustainable support, which the airline industry so desperately needs today.” Ed further commented, “There is a true professional team spirit that runs throughout the organization, which has made this a great place to work from day one!”
Aerocycle is the fastest growing professional aircraft disassembly operation in Canada. A member of the Aircraft Fleet Recycling Association (AFRA) and the Aviation Suppliers Association (ASA), Aerocycle was the first organization in Canada to earn the professional designation of both AFRA Accredited Disassembler and FAA AC 00-56 ASA-100 Accredited aircraft parts supplier. The company operates at Mirabel International Airport (YMX) in Mirabel, Quebec, Canada. Follow Aerocycle’s activities at aerocycle.com or via social media on LinkedIn.
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