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Becker Avionics changes U.S. management

July 14, 2009, Miramar, FLA – Becker Avionic Inc. has announced the appointment of a new president and general manager.

July 14, 2009  By Carey Fredericks

July 14, 2009, Miramar, FLA – Becker Avionic Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Becker Flugfunk GmbH, an avionics technology leader, has announced the appointment of a new president and general manager.

Markus Schmitz, who was most recently the Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, assumed his new responsibilities as President and General Manager in May and oversees the entire US operation.

Schmitz stated “Our number one goal is to become a fully recognized partner for operators, manufactures, enterprises and governments in the North and South American aviation markets when it comes to avionics equipment. We are planning to remain on the cutting edge of technology by extending our business development through strategic alliances and partners, as well as joint product development.”

About Becker Avionics


Becker Avionics is a privately held high-tech company that develops, manufactures and distributes the latest communications, navigation, surveillance and search & rescue equipment for airborne and ground applications.

Becker Avionics has a longstanding history of over 50 years in providing equipment to General and Corporate Aviation, ATC, law enforcement and military organizations around the world. In order to support the international market requirements the Company has established branches around the world. Becker Avionics supports an extensive customer base, such as, but not limited to Eurocopter, EADS, Airbus, British Aerospace, ATR, CASA, RUAG, Xi’an Aircraft Corporation, AgustaWestland, Pilatus, German Air Force, Navy and Army, German Border Patrol, German Police, Austrian Army and Police, Swiss Air Force, Dutch Police, Security Civil, Irish Air Corps, Egypt Navy, Indonesian Navy, Portuguese Air Force, US Army, Air Force, Navy and Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol, etc. and or contact us at or at 1-954-450-3137.


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