Aviation Search Group has announced that, after a global search, Jeff Denomme has been named President of Alpine Aerotech. Mr. Denomme will succeed Jim Campbell, who is retiring after four years in the role.
Denomme started his aviation career as an AME and has been a staple in the Canadian helicopter industry for the past 25 years. Prior to joining Alpine Aerotech, Mr. Denomme held executive leadership roles with Canadian helicopter operators, including five years as President of Great Slave Helicopters, and most recently Vice President at Skyline Helicopters.
"After evaluating the Bell Helicopter global marketplace, Aviation Search Group delivered a list of final candidates for our consideration", said Jim Campbell, transitioning President. Campbell went on to say, "It became clear that Jeff Denomme was the right man for the position. I am passing over the reins to a passionate and well-respected leader that can carry on the growth of Alpine Aerotech."
Mr. Denomme stated, "I am very excited to join the Alpine Aerotech team and look forward to leading their continued growth." Under Campbell, Alpine Aerotech has expanded its footprint from one location with 56,000 square feet to three locations with 122,000 square feet. After 46 years impacting the Canadian helicopter industry, Mr. Campbell is looking forward to spending more time with his wife and improving his golf game.
Alpine Aerotech LP is a “Platinum Certified” Bell Helicopter Textron approved Customer Service Facility, and “Leading Edge” provider of comprehensive worldwide helicopter support and aircraft maintenance services from our Maintenance and Manufacturing Centre located in Kelowna and Abbotsford, British Columbia.
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