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ABS quenches thirst for CTO by taking Sip
Vladimir Sip, former line maintenance manager at ABS, has risen to the rank of chief technical officer. He will be part of the strategic management team and will lead MRO ops, which he has worked on for the last 15 years.
Sip is relishing the challenge of taking on more aircraft types.

ABS Jets, a business jet operator and Embraer authorised service centre based in Prague in the Czech Republic and Bratislava in Slovakia, has announced Vladimir Sip as its new chief technical officer. Sip will be responsible for the MRO facility's growth and development.

Before this, Sip served as line maintenance manager at ABS Jets. Speaking of his new role and the future of the team, he is optimistic and forward looking: “It's a great honour to be part of the strategic management and lead the MRO team, which I'm proud to have known and been a part of for over fifteen years. We will be looking to expand our MRO capability and tackle new aircraft types. I also want to focus on production effectiveness and maintaining the best quality of work to ensure smooth and fast aircraft delivery from maintenance.”

Jan Králík, accountable manager and COO, adds: “Vladimir was a natural choice to continue and accelerate the MRO department's growth. He has a deep understanding of our organisation and employees and possesses excellent technical insight and knowledge. Vladimir is known to the market, and I'm therefore convinced he will create new opportunities for us.”

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