Boeing has appointed Aldo Basile as the new Boeing
Commercial Airplanes Vice President of Sales for Europe, Russia and
Central Asia. Basile succeeds Marlin Dailey, who recently became Boeing
Commercial Airplanes Vice President Sales.
Based at the Commercial Airplanes European
headquarters in London, Basile is responsible for the company's
commercial airplane sales activity across the region. Much of his
sales team is strategically located close to Boeing customers
throughout Europe and Russia; several team members are based in
Basile has been with Commercial Airplanes Sales since
1989. Most recently Basile served as vice president Sales for
several European countries based in Paris.
Basile has more
than 30 years of experience at Boeing, joining in 1978. He started
within the Marketing organization, where he spent one year in
Market Analysis. He then moved to the Airline Analysis group in
1979. In 1985, he became director of the Airline Analysis
organization, leading a team providing financial and market
analysis in support of both Boeing Sales and customer airlines.
Basile's career began in 1973 at Aeritalia, the Italian
aircraft manufacturer now known as Alenia. He was responsible for
Aircraft Performance and later, for Product Development at
Aeritalia, working in the 7X7 joint-venture program at Boeing
facilities in Seattle.
Basile earned a bachelor's degree in
aeronautical engineering from the University of Naples in 1971. In
1980, he earned a master's degree in business administration from
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