Doug Brantner Is Raytheon Aircraft Services' New Vice President

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Raytheon Aircraft Company earlier this month announced appointing Doug Brantner as vice president, Raytheon Aircraft Services. Reporting to Randy Groom, president, Global Service and Support, Brantner assumed his new position immediately and will be responsible for all ten Raytheon Aircraft Services fixed-base operations in the U.S. and Mexico. Brantner is tasked with transforming Raytheon Aircraft Services to deliver world-class solutions to existing and new customers as the company focuses on growing its position in the intensely competitive aircraft servicing markets. The Hawker Aircraft Services facilities in Little Rock, Ark., and Chester, U.K., will continue to report to Brad Hatt, president, Commercial Aircraft.

“Doug Brantner’s 14 years with the company, 11 of those as vice president of Finance for Raytheon Aircraft Services, makes him the ideal leader for this important area of our business. He is intimately familiar with the business, its operations and the type of service our customers expect to receive,” says Groom. In addition, Skip Madsen will move to the position of general manager at Raytheon Aircraft Services, Wichita.