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Mark Ozenick Appointed President of Dassault Aircraft Services

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: United States

Aviation industry veteran Mark Ozenick has been appointed as President of Dassault Aircraft Services (DAS), Dassault Falcon Jet’s company-owned service center network. Ozenick will oversee DAS operations in North, South and Central America and will be responsible for elevating the DAS brand and optimizing service to Falcon operators within the region.

“Mark brings extensive industry experience to DAS and has a proven commitment to providing a superior customer experience and best-in-class quality of service while maximizing customer satisfaction,” said Geoff Chick, Senior Vice President of Customer Service at Dassault Falcon Jet. “Mark’s broad expertise in customer and operational support will undoubtedly serve him extremely well in this role.”

Ozenick brings nearly four decades of experience to his new leadership position at DAS. His career accomplishments include leading cultural change initiatives as a C-Level operating executive in business and military aircraft flight operations and within the aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul sectors. He was the founding President and CEO of HeliFlite Shares and recently he was co-founder and member of the board of HeliFlite Aviation Services. Prior to that, he served in several operating executive and C-level executive roles in the aviation services industry. 

He has significant experience within the MR&O industry and also held positions in operational improvement advisory services and within the investment banking industry.

Ozenick will report to Geoff Chick, Senior Vice President, Customer Service at Dassault Falcon Jet.

About Dassault Aircraft Services

Dassault Aircraft Services (DAS) is a network of company-owned aircraft service and maintenance centers throughout North and South America. DAS is part of the Service Center Network established for Falcon operators around the world with locations in Little Rock, Arkansas; Reno, Nevada; Sorocaba, Brazil; and Wilmington, Delaware. DAS also operates four satellite service stations in St. Louis, Missouri; Teterboro, New Jersey; Van Nuys, California; and West Palm Beach, Florida and a Mobile Response Unit (MRU) in the Dallas, Texas area. DAS service centers offer a full suite of services, including line maintenance through to C inspections, interior refurbishment and modifications, aircraft painting, avionics upgrades and much more. All Dassault-owned service centers offer 24/7 Aircraft on the Ground (AOG) GoTeam support.



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