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Jet Aviation Basel appoints new director of completions sales

Posted 20 April 2016 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation Basel has appointed David Peterson as director of completions sales.

Peterson reports directly to Matthew Woollaston, vice president of completions sales and marketing. 

In his role, Peterson is responsible for liaising with aircraft owners, operators and industry executives to ensure they are informed about the benefits of entrusting VVIP completions projects with the Jet Aviation Basel Completions Centre. 

 “Dave has the perfect mix of industry knowledge and completions expertise coupled with a demonstrable track record of outstanding project management and customer care,” said Woollaston. “He is a dedicated and motivated professional, and I am delighted to welcome him to our team.”

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