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Haddad joins Jetcraft to launch commercial leasing division

Posted 16 January 2015 · Add Comment

Business aircraft sales, acquisitions and trader Jetcraft, has launched a new commercial aircraft sales and leasing division.

The new division is focused on procurement and placement of commercial aircraft globally and development of current and new relationships with commercial aircraft leasing organizations.

Jetcraft Commercial will be led by industry veteran Raphael Haddad  as president.. Haddad was previously vice president of sales for the Middle East and Africa for Bombardier. 
“Jetcraft continually looks for new opportunities to deploy our experience and network of both aviation and aviation finance relationships” said Jetcraft group president Chad Anderson. “This expansion into commercial aviation is a natural and exciting progression for us and Raphael brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience. We’re delighted to have him lead the growth of a key piece of Jetcraft’s business model,” Anderson continued.
 

 

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