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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Mark Van Tine to Step Down as Boeing VP of Digital Aviation

Juliet Van Wagenen

Mark Van Tine, current Boeing VP of digital aviation, set to step down in June 2016
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.”

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