Videos
Photos
Infographics
Data
Agenda
News
Breaking news
  • 28/07Chinese CAS Space placed 6 small satellites in orbit with the 1st launch of the Lijian-1 4-stage solid rocket
  • 28/07Poland has signed framework agreements with South Korea to purchase 48 KAI FA-50PL training and combat aircraft
  • 27/075 missile-detection satellites built by L3Harris under Pentagon contracts are projected to launch in 2023
  • 27/07Turkish TAI will deliver a batch of six T129 attack helicopters to Nigeria
  • 27/07Boeing cuts 737 delivery forecast, citing engine shortages and China uncertainty
  • 24/07A Long March 5B rocket added the Wentian experiment module to the Chinese Tiangong space station
  • 23/07500-plus drones, extra HIMARS headed to Ukraine in latest US package
  • 22/07LATAM Airlines reinforces fleet with additional order for 17 A321neo, endorses A321XLR
  • 22/07easyJet has confirmed a firm order for 56 A320neo Family aircraft following shareholder approval
  • 22/07Calgary-based leasing firm Avmax placed the order for 20 conversions, which can be either ATR 72-600s or Dash 8-300s
  • 21/07Delta Air Lines has firmed up orders for 12 A220-300 aircraft bringing Delta’s total firm order for A220s to 107 aircraft
  • 24/06Spain has signed for a further batch of 20 Eurofighter combat aircraft
  • 23/06Poland orders 600 Piorun manpads and 3,500 surface-to-air missiles for Polish army
  • 22/06Ariane 5 rocket’s 1st flight of the year launched Malaysian Measat-3d and Indian GSAT-24 aiming to improve broadband coverage in Asia-Pacific
  • 22/06A Chinese Kuaizhou-1A rocket sent the Tianxing-1 satellite into orbit, 6 months after the solid light-light launcher suffered failure
  • 28/07Chinese CAS Space placed 6 small satellites in orbit with the 1st launch of the Lijian-1 4-stage solid rocket
  • 28/07Poland has signed framework agreements with South Korea to purchase 48 KAI FA-50PL training and combat aircraft
  • 27/075 missile-detection satellites built by L3Harris under Pentagon contracts are projected to launch in 2023
  • 27/07Turkish TAI will deliver a batch of six T129 attack helicopters to Nigeria
  • 27/07Boeing cuts 737 delivery forecast, citing engine shortages and China uncertainty
  • 24/07A Long March 5B rocket added the Wentian experiment module to the Chinese Tiangong space station
  • 23/07500-plus drones, extra HIMARS headed to Ukraine in latest US package
  • 22/07LATAM Airlines reinforces fleet with additional order for 17 A321neo, endorses A321XLR
  • 22/07easyJet has confirmed a firm order for 56 A320neo Family aircraft following shareholder approval
  • 22/07Calgary-based leasing firm Avmax placed the order for 20 conversions, which can be either ATR 72-600s or Dash 8-300s
  • 21/07Delta Air Lines has firmed up orders for 12 A220-300 aircraft bringing Delta’s total firm order for A220s to 107 aircraft
  • 24/06Spain has signed for a further batch of 20 Eurofighter combat aircraft
  • 23/06Poland orders 600 Piorun manpads and 3,500 surface-to-air missiles for Polish army
  • 22/06Ariane 5 rocket’s 1st flight of the year launched Malaysian Measat-3d and Indian GSAT-24 aiming to improve broadband coverage in Asia-Pacific
  • 22/06A Chinese Kuaizhou-1A rocket sent the Tianxing-1 satellite into orbit, 6 months after the solid light-light launcher suffered failure
  • 28/07Chinese CAS Space placed 6 small satellites in orbit with the 1st launch of the Lijian-1 4-stage solid rocket
  • 28/07Poland has signed framework agreements with South Korea to purchase 48 KAI FA-50PL training and combat aircraft
  • 27/075 missile-detection satellites built by L3Harris under Pentagon contracts are projected to launch in 2023
  • 27/07Turkish TAI will deliver a batch of six T129 attack helicopters to Nigeria
  • 27/07Boeing cuts 737 delivery forecast, citing engine shortages and China uncertainty
  • 24/07A Long March 5B rocket added the Wentian experiment module to the Chinese Tiangong space station
  • 23/07500-plus drones, extra HIMARS headed to Ukraine in latest US package
  • 22/07LATAM Airlines reinforces fleet with additional order for 17 A321neo, endorses A321XLR
  • 22/07easyJet has confirmed a firm order for 56 A320neo Family aircraft following shareholder approval
  • 22/07Calgary-based leasing firm Avmax placed the order for 20 conversions, which can be either ATR 72-600s or Dash 8-300s
  • 21/07Delta Air Lines has firmed up orders for 12 A220-300 aircraft bringing Delta’s total firm order for A220s to 107 aircraft
  • 24/06Spain has signed for a further batch of 20 Eurofighter combat aircraft
  • 23/06Poland orders 600 Piorun manpads and 3,500 surface-to-air missiles for Polish army
  • 22/06Ariane 5 rocket’s 1st flight of the year launched Malaysian Measat-3d and Indian GSAT-24 aiming to improve broadband coverage in Asia-Pacific
  • 22/06A Chinese Kuaizhou-1A rocket sent the Tianxing-1 satellite into orbit, 6 months after the solid light-light launcher suffered failure
  • 28/07Chinese CAS Space placed 6 small satellites in orbit with the 1st launch of the Lijian-1 4-stage solid rocket
  • 28/07Poland has signed framework agreements with South Korea to purchase 48 KAI FA-50PL training and combat aircraft
  • 27/075 missile-detection satellites built by L3Harris under Pentagon contracts are projected to launch in 2023
  • 27/07Turkish TAI will deliver a batch of six T129 attack helicopters to Nigeria
  • 27/07Boeing cuts 737 delivery forecast, citing engine shortages and China uncertainty
  • 24/07A Long March 5B rocket added the Wentian experiment module to the Chinese Tiangong space station
  • 23/07500-plus drones, extra HIMARS headed to Ukraine in latest US package
  • 22/07LATAM Airlines reinforces fleet with additional order for 17 A321neo, endorses A321XLR
  • 22/07easyJet has confirmed a firm order for 56 A320neo Family aircraft following shareholder approval
  • 22/07Calgary-based leasing firm Avmax placed the order for 20 conversions, which can be either ATR 72-600s or Dash 8-300s
  • 21/07Delta Air Lines has firmed up orders for 12 A220-300 aircraft bringing Delta’s total firm order for A220s to 107 aircraft
  • 24/06Spain has signed for a further batch of 20 Eurofighter combat aircraft
  • 23/06Poland orders 600 Piorun manpads and 3,500 surface-to-air missiles for Polish army
  • 22/06Ariane 5 rocket’s 1st flight of the year launched Malaysian Measat-3d and Indian GSAT-24 aiming to improve broadband coverage in Asia-Pacific
  • 22/06A Chinese Kuaizhou-1A rocket sent the Tianxing-1 satellite into orbit, 6 months after the solid light-light launcher suffered failure
  • 28/07Chinese CAS Space placed 6 small satellites in orbit with the 1st launch of the Lijian-1 4-stage solid rocket
  • 28/07Poland has signed framework agreements with South Korea to purchase 48 KAI FA-50PL training and combat aircraft
  • 27/075 missile-detection satellites built by L3Harris under Pentagon contracts are projected to launch in 2023
  • 27/07Turkish TAI will deliver a batch of six T129 attack helicopters to Nigeria
  • 27/07Boeing cuts 737 delivery forecast, citing engine shortages and China uncertainty
  • 24/07A Long March 5B rocket added the Wentian experiment module to the Chinese Tiangong space station
  • 23/07500-plus drones, extra HIMARS headed to Ukraine in latest US package
  • 22/07LATAM Airlines reinforces fleet with additional order for 17 A321neo, endorses A321XLR
  • 22/07easyJet has confirmed a firm order for 56 A320neo Family aircraft following shareholder approval
  • 22/07Calgary-based leasing firm Avmax placed the order for 20 conversions, which can be either ATR 72-600s or Dash 8-300s
  • 21/07Delta Air Lines has firmed up orders for 12 A220-300 aircraft bringing Delta’s total firm order for A220s to 107 aircraft
  • 24/06Spain has signed for a further batch of 20 Eurofighter combat aircraft
  • 23/06Poland orders 600 Piorun manpads and 3,500 surface-to-air missiles for Polish army
  • 22/06Ariane 5 rocket’s 1st flight of the year launched Malaysian Measat-3d and Indian GSAT-24 aiming to improve broadband coverage in Asia-Pacific
  • 22/06A Chinese Kuaizhou-1A rocket sent the Tianxing-1 satellite into orbit, 6 months after the solid light-light launcher suffered failure
Your are here : Home / Photo gallery / Didier Lux, Airbus
Published by Airbus   |   June 01, 2016

Didier Lux, Airbus

PERSONALITIES
Didier Lux
2406 views
Part view of the picture
Didier Lux, Airbus

Format : JPG
File size : 36.0K
Resolution : 447x522
Reference : ASDS-00629-LD

Licence : Airbus
Restriction : No

Shot list :

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.

Tags : AERONAUTICS | AIRBUS | DIDIER LUX | CUSTOMER SERVICE | SUPPORT ACTIVITIES

Login to download
Download HD File
Add to favorites
HD file does not contain any watermark or reference to ASDS Media Bank
Suggested files
Interview of Bill Anderson, President of Textron
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PERSONALITIES
3923 74
Jul 2016
Interview of Bill Anderson, President of Textron AirLand.
Swiss Aerobatic Team with F-18 Hornet at RIAT 2018
Published by Patrick Laureau
PERSONALITIES
1299 10
Jul 2018
Swiss Aerobatic Team with Boeing F-18 Hornet at the Royal Air Tattoo 2018.
Martin Gauss, airBaltic
Published by Bombardier
PERSONALITIES
1353 1
Feb 2018
Martin Gauss, CEO airBaltic.
Geneviève Fioraso
Published by Frédéric Aragon
PERSONALITIES
2221 15
Mar 2015
Geneviève Fiosaso, French Minister for Higher Education and Research - May 2012 to March...
Guillaume Faury - CEO of Airbus
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PERSONALITIES
2896 20
Apr 2019
Guillaume Faury, the new CEO of Airbus, here during the COP 21 in Paris (December 2015).
Black Eagles at FIA 2022
Published by Mario Fourmy
PERSONALITIES
84 18
Jul 2022
The Black Eagles, the Republic of Korea Air Force aerobatic display team, at Farnborough Air Show...
Charles Champion, Airbus
Published by Airbus
PERSONALITIES
2600 5
Jun 2016
Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways CEO
Published by ASDS MEDIA
PERSONALITIES
1167 13
Jul 2018
Qatar Airways CEO, Akbar Al Baker going out the Gulfstream G500.
Note about the author
Airbus
Download HD File
Add to favorites
Login to download

Username

Password

Partners
Follow Us
We are social !