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Didier LUX


Head of Customer Service


Didier Lux was appointed Head of Customer Services in April 2010. In this role he is responsible for all Airbus support activities for customers and operators, ranging from maintenance and engineering to training and flight operations, and also material and logistical support.


Prior to this assignment, Didier was Executive Vice President Quality, a position he held since September 2005. 


After 16 months in French Polynesia as a civil servant from DGAC, Mr. Lux started his career in 1980 as a flight test engineer at the Flight Test Centre (CEV) of Bretigny sur Orge in France. 


He joined Air Inter (the former French domestic airline) in 1984, where he held different senior management positions in operations and maintenance. He became Vice President Maintenance of Air France in 1996 after the Air France/Air Inter merger.


From 2002 to mid 2004 Didier Lux worked for the French Railway Operator SNCF as Deputy Vice President Engineering and Maintenance. Didier Lux then joined Airbus in 2004 as Head of Quality.


Didier is a graduate of the French “Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile”. Didier Lux was born in 1954. He is married with two children.

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