Air Transport Services Group, Inc., (NASDAQ: ATSG) today announced the appointment of new presidents for two of its subsidiaries.
Todd France, president of ATSG’s aircraft maintenance subsidiary, Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services, will become president of ATSG’s aircraft leasing subsidiary, Cargo Aircraft Management, succeeding Brady Templeton, who will retire in April 2022.
Mark Snook, general manager of Airborne’s Wilmington facilities and line stations, will replace France as Airborne’s president.
France has been president of Airborne since February 2020, having previously served as the company’s General Manager, Vice President of Business Development, Director of Business Development, and Director of Business Operations. Before joining Airborne, France held a series of management positions at ABX Air. He received a bachelor's degree in business administration from California State University, Fresno.
“Todd knows our business inside and out, and he has a proven track record of effective leadership,” said ATSG President and CEO Rich Corrado. “I am confident that he has what it takes to ensure CAM’s continued success.”
Snook joined Airborne in June 2020. His 37-year career in aviation has included management roles with TIMCO/HAECO Americas and Evergreen Air Center. He is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps.
“Mark’s wealth of experience in the aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul industry make him the right choice to lead Airborne,” Corrado said.
Brady Templeton’s tenure as the president of Cargo Aircraft Management caps a 30-year career with ATSG companies. Before being named to his current role, he led Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services since its inception in 2009 and had spent 17 years in management roles at airline subsidiary ABX Air. His prior experience includes work for Lockheed, Batch Air, and Arrow Air. He is a veteran of the U.S. Army.
“Brady’s impact on ATSG’s success cannot be overstated,” said Corrado. “His steady leadership has been invaluable in guiding our companies through many challenges and accomplishments over the years. We wish him all the best in his well-deserved retirement.”