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Innotech appoints central U.S. sales manager

Sept. 24, 2010, Montreal - Innotech Aviation, a division of the Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group, has appointed Dave Barker as manager of its Central U.S. sales division. Based in Dallas, TX, Barker will be responsible for sales of Innotech's technical services to clients in this key U.S. region.

September 24, 2010  By Carey Fredericks


Innotech's services include
business jet interior completions, refurbishments, MRO, engineering, avionics,
STCs and paint applications.  To
date, it has performed over 100 Bombardier Global Express and Challenger
aircraft and over 120 Hawker Beechcraft interior completions, as well as a wide
range of interior refurbishments and reconfigurations on in-service aircraft,
including Global Express, Challenger, Gulfstream, Falcon Jet, and Cessna
Citation aircraft.

Barker brings over 14 years
sales experience to the role, and has an extensive background in the aerospace
industry.  He has worked for
Bombardier Flexjet as sales support analyst and sales director, West Coast
U.S., as well as sales director for Honda Aircraft Company, U.S. West Coast and
Mexico, and also for Aerospace Concepts Phoenix jet program as its U.S. sales

Innotech Aviation's sales and
marketing director, Tony Rawlinson said, "Dave brings a superior skill set as
manager of our Central U.S. sales division.  We are confident he will be an excellent addition to our


"Covering Texas to Michigan,
and based in Dallas, he is well positioned to serve our growing customer base
in the region, and will continue to introduce the services we offer to
customers operating large and midsize aircraft."

its Montreal facilities, Innotech Aviation offers a complete range of
maintenance, completion, paint, avionics and refurbishment services to clients
across North America and internationally. 
Its 180,000 sq.ft. facility has one of the most modern and complete
ranges of specialized tooling, certified spares, processes, mechanical and
avionics support in the industry. 


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