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Haggan hires Haight to lead Part 145 maintenance
Chris Haight's contributions to the industry have been recognised with several accolades, including commendations from the Colorado Department of Labor and a recognition award from Hawker Beechcraft.
Chris Haight arrives at Haggan highly recommended.

Haggan Aviation, an FAA-approved Part 145 repair station located at Centennial airport in Denver, Colorado, has appointed Chris Haight as the company's new vice president of operations. In his new role, Haight will lead maintenance, avionics, interior/paint, quality control and other operational functions. He will report to the CEO, Geno Haggan.

Haight has a rich aviation background and brings nearly three decades of industry expertise to Haggan Aviation. He is a highly accomplished and results-oriented executive with a proven history of leading organisations, driving profitability and achieving significant business development and sales growth. Prior to his role as vice president at Haggan Aviation, he held the position of general manager for Straight Flight, another Centennial Airport-based maintenance, repair and overhaul facility, where he was accountable for and provided oversight to business operations for aircraft major repairs, maintenance, alterations, composites, avionics and paint.

Haight's contributions to the industry have been recognised with several accolades, including commendations from the Colorado Department of Labor, a recognition award from Hawker Beechcraft and multiple honours from the US Government, including Meritorious Unit Commendations and Armed Forces Expeditionary Medals.

“We are truly honoured to have Chris join the Haggan Aviation team,” says Geno Haggan, CEO of Haggan Aviation. “His extensive experience and leadership will undoubtedly drive success in our organisation. We look forward to the new beginnings and accomplishments that lie ahead with Chris on board.”

Chris Haight's extensive educational background includes two undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Network Engineering from Arkansas State University and Ashworth College. In addition, he holds a Project Management Professional certification, APICS CPIM certification in production and inventory management, Six Sigma certification, OSHA/EPA authorisations, and Level II NDI and Airframe & Powerplant licenses.

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