Boeing: changes at the helm
Greg Hyslop (left), Boeing ‘s chief engineer and executive vice president of engineering, test & technology, will retire this June after a 41-year career that spanned Boeing's aerospace and defence portfolio.
Howard McKenzie (centre), the top engineer at Boeing's commercial airplanes unit, succeeds Hyslop as chief engineer and executive vice president, engineering, test & technology. He takes over leadership of the company's 57,000 engineers worldwide, overseeing all aspects of safety and technical integrity of Boeing products and services.
McKenzie also assumes oversight of Boeing's technology vision, strategy, and investment, while joining the company's executive council.
David Loffing (right), chief programme engineer of Boeing's new 777X airplane, takes over as vice president and chief engineer of BCA. He has held roles of increasing responsibility since joining Boeing nearly 20 years ago. (cj)