Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Mark Van Tine to Step Down as Boeing VP of Digital Aviation
|Mark Van Tine, current Boeing VP of digital aviation, set to step down in June 2016. Photo: Jeppesen|
[Avionics Today 02-02-2016] Kevin Crowley will succeed Mark Van Tine as Jeppesen chief executive officer and vice-president of digital aviation for Boeing. Van Tine will retire June 30, 2016 after more than 35 years with the company.
Crowley, who most recently served as vice-president of technology development at Boeing has previously served as vice-president of 787 Partnering for Success Integration in the Boeing Commercial Airplanes supplier management organization.
Under Crowley, Jeppesen will continue to complete its transformation from paper-based navigational charts to integrated information solutions leveraging data analytics to drive operational efficiencies.
“Thirty-five years at Jeppesen, 14 of them as CEO, and 16 as a Boeing executive have been tremendously rewarding and fulfilling,” said Van Tine. “I have been privileged to work for a company that serves the entire global aviation community, and I am immensely grateful to our customers, our employees, and our industry partners who have helped me in my career.”