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Storm Aviation appoints new Director of Maintenance

Storm Aviation appoints new Director of Maintenance

Storm Aviation has announced the new management appointment of Kenny Chan as Director of Maintenance. In his new role, Kenny will be responsible for the management and development of all line maintenance, light maintenance and AOG services, and reporting directly to Storm Aviation CEO, Thomas Buckley.

Chan joins Storm Aviation from Cathay Pacific Group, where he served as Head of Line Maintenance and was responsible for international line maintenance network covering operations, safety leadership, third-party business, end-to-end supplier management, and business improvement projects.

“I am delighted to join Storm Aviation with this new role. The opportunity to work across the business delivering on transformational change and helping the company with its ambitious and visionary expansion in the future is exciting. I look forward to enabling the wider Storm’s engineering team to align with the group’s objectives by focusing on delivering operational excellence and exceptional service to our clients,” Chan said.

“We are dedicated to providing our clients with safe and reliable MRO services that keep them flying and so we are delighted to strengthen our team with a new Director of Maintenance, with an aviation career spanning over 20 years. Kenny has worked in a wide variety of major roles, there is no doubt that he is an exceptional addition to our team, bringing significant knowledge and experience to our clients and colleagues,” Thomas Buckley, CEO of Storm Aviation, commented.

Chan is an accomplished engineer across the full spectrum of aircraft engineering and a respected industry professional. He started his aviation career as a Graduate Engineer in Cathay Pacific in August 2001, he worked in a wide range of creditable technical and operational roles to develop his industry and operational expertise before moving up to management as Regional Line Maintenance Operations Manager for the airline in 2011.

He is passionate about driving business transformation and the continuous development of the team. During his time is Cathay Pacific, he delivered many successful projects such as LM mobility, APU-less towing, potable water optimisation and implementation of regional maintenance base in Taiwan, Shanghai, and Singapore to improve operational efficiency and enhance productivity.

Chan earned his master’s and bachelor’s Degree from the University of Hong Kong in Mechanical Engineering and in his spare time loves outdoor activities, enjoys football, hiking, and travelling with his family.

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