comlux appoints new executive president of completion
March 12, 2019
Comlux announced the appointment of Domingo Ureña Raso as Executive President of Comlux Completion, its center of excellence in VIP completions and services based in Indianapolis.
“After ten years, Comlux Completion is moving one step ahead, becoming the new reference in cabin completion and services for Airbus Corporate Jets, Boeing Business Jets and Bombardier Business Aircraft. With his industrial knowledge and leading experience in aviation, Domingo has been selected by the Board of Directors of Comlux to lead Comlux Completion together with our new CEO Daron Dryer, “says Richard Gaona Executive Chairman & CEO of Comlux.
“Since Domingo has joined the Board of Directors of the Comlux Group in 2016, he has brought innovative ideas which has helped us to develop our business. He has proposed the implementation of new technologies to our cabin completion activities, which always requires the highest efficiency in terms of quality, lead-time and cost control.”
Since 2016, Domingo Ureña Raso has been a Board Member of Comlux. He graduated from the Polytechnic University of Madrid with a degree in Technical Aeronautical Engineering. He is a 38-years veteran of the aerospace industry, where he gained his extensive expertise and managerial skills. Prior to becoming President of Mecanizados y Montajes, he served as President and CEO of Airbus Military and Airbus in Spain and he was an Airbus Executive Committee Member. During his mandate at Airbus, Ureña also defined and implemented the Airbus efficiency improvement program “Power8”. He is a multicultural entrepreneur who launched and developed successful companies as PZL in Poland and Aircelle in France.
Domingo Ureña Raso added “It is an honor for me to be part of such an innovative company as Comlux Completion and to lead it to its next phase of expansion. I am looking forward to working closely with Daron and the team in Indianapolis to develop our unique ‘savoir-faire’ and to exceeding our customers’ expectations.”