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Kai ARNDT


Vice President of Plant & Site Management,Airbus Plant Stade


Kai Arndt was appointed as Vice President of Plant & Site Management of the Airbus Plant Stade on 1st of February 2016. On the same day he also became CEO of the Composite Technology Centre (CTC GmbH) -- an Airbus affiliate company based in Stade.


He started his career in 1992 as an industrial aircraft technician at Airbus Plant Hamburg. After obtaining his degree as a mechanical engineering technician in 1996, he became Head of the New Development team in 2001 for the A380 programme’s doorframe and supply chain. Subsequently in 2005 he was appointed as head of cabin architects for the A320 (Single Aisle) programme at Airbus’ Plant in Hamburg.


In 2007 Kai was appointed as Head of Quality at Airbus’ plant in Stade. In 2011 he became Vice President of Operations for the Single Aisle and Long Range programmes. In 2014 Kai was appointed as Vice President of Finance and Controlling of the Hamburg plant -- his previous position before assuming his current role.


Kai, who also completed an MBA in 2015 at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, was born in Germany 1971, is married and has two children.

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