North American Aerospace Industries Names Martin O’Boyle Business Development Manager – MRO

North American Aerospace Industries Corporation (NAAI), a leading provider of sustainable end-to-end aircraft recycling solutions, announced the appointment of Martin O’Boyle as business development manager – MRO. In this role, O’Boyle will have the responsibility for developing the company’s MRO business in North America. He brings to his new position extensive technical and commercial experience working across aviation for airlines, aircraft lessors, corporate operators, OEMs and maintenance facilities.

“We are very excited to have Martin on board. His technical knowledge of the latest developments in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul processes, experience as a commercial pilot, and deep understanding of owners’ and operators’ business objectives will be an important asset to our organization and the clients we serve,” said Sven Daniel Koechler, PhD, president and CEO of NAAI. “We are confident that Martin’s 30 years of industry experience and proven track record in technical sales will help us strategically grow our revenue base in North America for our sustainable aircraft recycling business.”

Directly before joining NAAI, O’Boyle served as head of Civil Aviation Business Development for Sabena Aerospace. Part of his role was to set up a joint venture in Africa where he was responsible for business development, operations, and the project’s management. His professional career also includes roles as: acquisition manager for Executive Jet Support, commercial director for Haitec Aircraft Maintenance GmbH, head of sales at Dublin Aerospace, head of sales at Atlantic Aviation Group, and sales and marketing manager at ST Aerospace (BASCO). He also served as a commercial pilot and flight instructor for Atlantic Airways. Earlier in his career, O’Boyle worked on various maintenance contracts, including line and heavy maintenance for Airbus, Boeing, Dornier, and military aircraft.

O’Boyle completed apprenticeships as an aircraft mechanic with Brookland Aerospace in Salisbury, UK, and Bae Aerostructures in Hamble, UK. He received his professional aviation qualifications from Professional Aviation, Punta Gorda, Florida, U.S.