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Widebody Marketing Director at Airbus Commercial Toulouse
With more than 10 years of cross-functional experience including marketing, engine performance, new product development and certifications, Rodrigo’s journey at Airbus started over 2 years ago, when joining as Single-Aisle Marketing Manager for Airbus Commercial in Toulouse.
ITSM Process Data Scientist at Airbus Commercial Bristol
Nadine is an aerospace enthusiast and passionate about innovation. Her strong interest for numbers and research led her to become a Data Scientist in 2020. She is now leading her own Performance Analytics team spread over Europe and India, leveraging Business Intelligence and Advanced Analytics tools to ensure global performance excellence of Airbus IT Operations.
Environmental Health and Safety Engineer at Airbus Bangalore India
Radha began her career as an Environment, Health & Safety Specialist over 8 years ago, learning and getting vital experience on a diverse range of fields spanning from automotive, to electronics and medical solutions. Today she has integrated the Airbus team in Bangalore, India, as Environmental Health and Safety Engineer.
Meet Zhuo Yu
Head of Delivery Operations at Airbus Tianjin.
Zhuo Yu joined Airbus as a Flight Line Technical Planning Engineer in 2007 bringing along years of working experience in MRO and airlines. “I spent my first one and a half years receiving on-the-job training in Airbus Hamburg Plant.
Rihan, Structural Design Engineer at Airbus Bangalore, India
Rihan graduated at the Rashtreeya Vidyalaya College of Engineering of Bangalore, and now Structural Design Engineer under the Airframe team at Airbus India.
Portfolio Integration and Development Manager FCAS Programme at Airbus Germany
Benjamin makes sure that Airbus Defence and Space has the right capabilities and resources to realize one of the most ambitious European military programmes called FCAS. For someone coming from the automotive or tech industry, a project that spans decades might be unusual. In aeronautics – and especially for military platforms – it’s not uncommon. The FCAS programme offers the unique opportunity to develop groundbreaking technologies and define a whole new generation, from fighter aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles to cloud systems.