Gabriele Brescianino

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Gabriele is a former Maintenance Technician with several years of experience on large aircraft, both for line and for base maintenance.

Gabriele covered technician lead positions for major airlines like Swiss and Lufthansa Technik based in Switzerland, before becoming PART-145 Manager for a Swiss regional airline.

He then started to work as a contractor, specialized on large aircraft phase-in/out transaction cooperating with major airlines, during phase-in process.

He can count a large number of aircraft redeliveries in the past years and he is now a very competent asset manager.

 

Lucia Soffientini

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Lucia graduated in 2005 as Aerospace Engineer at Politecnico di Milano.

She began her career as an avionics engineer and she worked on Airbus A330, A321, McDonnel Douglas DC10-30F and Boeing 747-400 fleets.

She then moved to the aeronautical industry and worked many years as a FBW FCS specialist in AgustaWestland: she feels very proud about her past prototype flight testing experience!

In 2014 she then started her freelance activity, collaborating with different CAMOs.

From 2020 she is the nominated Postholder for Continuing Airworthiness for Air Worthy CAMO (IT.MG.1109).

 

Gabriele Santoro

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Gabriele Santoro, graduated in 1982 with a diploma in Aeronautical Construction at the Feltrinelli Technical Institute in Milan.

He began his career in the aeronautical world in 1989 as an employee in the technical office of the TAS-TEA airline, and then moved to Eurofly, where, from 1985 to 2010 he held the position of Head of Technical Planning.

In 2010 he moved to Airitaly, again as head of technical planning, where he remained until 2021.

In 2021 he joined the Air Worthy CAMO team as Maintenance Planning Manager.

During his work experience he had the opportunity to manage both Airbus (A319 / A320 / A330) and Boeing (B737classic / NG / MAX B767) fleets as well as Gulfstream G1 and BaE146 at the beginning.