Matt Driskill, editor of Asian Aviation magazine, is In Conversation with Geoff Chick, senior vice president, Worldwide Service Network at Dassault Falcon Jet about COVID-19, the effects on the business aviation industry and more.
With nearly 30 years in the aviation industry, Chick’s career has included aerial application, general aviation, a large airline and business aviation. Based in Teterboro, NJ, Geoff has been with Dassault Falcon Jet Corp for 13 years in senior leadership roles within customer service. He is responsible for all aspects of the factory-owned and authorised service centre network Worldwide.
Prior to joining Dassault Falcon Jet, Chick spent eight years with Air Canada holding several different positions including reliability management and manager of the CRJ fleet of aircraft operated by the airline at the time. He was also chairman of the Air Transport Association task force on aircraft reliability from 2001-2008, which produced several industry adopted standards that are now contained within the ATA SPEC 2000 publications.
In addition to his technical diploma and an MBA, Chick holds a commercial pilot license and likes to fly when he gets the opportunity and as a long time flying club member, actively promotes new pilots into the industry.