Philippe Mhun was appointed as Chief Programmes & Services Officer for Airbus Commercial Aircraft, effective 01 January 2019, and a member of the company’s Executive Committee.
In his previous role as Head of Customer Services since October 2016, Philippe Mhun was responsible for all Airbus support and services activities for airline customers, lessors, MROs and operators, ranging from maintenance and engineering to training, upgrades and flight operations but also material management and logistical support. This included the supervision of the Services Business Unit and affiliated subsidiaries, such as Satair, Navblue, Airbus Interiors Services and Sepang. For the past two years, Philippe has initiated and implemented a major transformation programme focusing on Customer Satisfaction, Services development and digital enablers such as Skywise applications.
Prior to this assignment, Philippe was Senior Vice President Procurement for Equipment, Systems and support, a position he held since 2013.
Philippe joined Airbus in November 2004 as Vice President A380 Programme within Customer Services to prepare and support the A380 entry-into-service. He then became Vice President Programmes in Airbus Customer Services leading Single Aisle, Long Range, Widebody, A380 and A350 Programmes together with e-operations and supplier support activities.
Before joining Airbus, Philippe held various positions within UTA and, following the merger in 1993, within Air France, starting as a Structure Engineer for Boeing 747 at UTA all the way up to becoming the Head of Long-Haul Fleet Engineering and Maintenance in Air France. From 1986 to 2004, Philippe was involved in new programmes’ entry-into-service, engineering and maintenance at all levels of the company.
Philippe Mhun holds a degree from the Applied Sciences National Institute (INSA Lyon) as a mechanical engineer.
Philippe was born in 1962. He is married with three children. In his free time, Philippe enjoys motor biking and he has a black belt in judo.