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New engineering VP for Piper

written by australianaviation.com.au | January 19, 2011
The PiperJet Altaire will fly in 2012. (Piper)

Piper Aircraft  has named Michael C Hinderberger vice president of engineering.

Hinderberger, who has a broad background in aircraft development programs, will lead a team of over 140 engineers to work on developing Piper’s new single-engine PiperJet Altaire, due to enter service in 2014.

“Mike’s experience in the management of aircraft certification programs, production implementation and customer service will serve him and the company well,” Piper CEO Geoffrey Berger said.

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New engineering VP for Piper

written by australianaviation.com.au | January 19, 2011
The PiperJet Altaire will fly in 2012. (Piper)

Piper Aircraft  has named Michael C Hinderberger vice president of engineering.

Hinderberger, who has a broad background in aircraft development programs, will lead a team of over 140 engineers to work on developing Piper’s new single-engine PiperJet Altaire, due to enter service in 2014.

“Mike’s experience in the management of aircraft certification programs, production implementation and customer service will serve him and the company well,” Piper CEO Geoffrey Berger said.

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