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LOCOMOTIVE FINAL CONFERENCE
Hamburg 5-6 June 2007
Francisco (Paco) Escarti
Paco is currently Managing Director of the Boeing Research & Technology Europe in Madrid. The BR&TE is involved in research topics within the fields of aviation safety, environment friendly aerospace products and processes, and also develops advanced air traffic management systems.
Prior to his assignment to the Boeing Research & Technology Center Paco worked as vice president of Business Development – Boeing ATM in Europe developing and implementing strategies and negotiating business agreements in the region.
In 1985, Escartí became general director of Iberia Airlines, where he was involved in creating three new airline operations for charter, regional and cargo services. He also introduced a yield management system for the Iberia Group, negotiated fleet acquisitions, and helped develop the worldwide reservation system, AMADEUS.
Early in his career, Escartí worked as an engineer in the United States where he gained experience in air traffic control systems and radar data processing. In 1975 he returned to Spain and joined CESELSA (later INDRA), a diversified engineering group. He established a small department for air traffic systems, which has since grown into a respected provider of air traffic control solutions in Europe.
Escartí drew on his extensive industry experience in 1992 when he founded Services Improvement, a consulting company to civil aviation authorities, airports and air Navigation service providers.
His 1998 election to the EUROCONTROL Performance Review Commission, which independently analyzes and evaluates the European air traffic control system, provides a regulatory perspective.
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