Air Partner Remarketing announces appointment of new director

Russell Hubbard will be based at Air Partner's Gatwick headquarters and will report to Tony Whitty, managing director, Air Partner
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Hubbard brings over three decades of experience in aircraft leasing and financial management to the role.
Hubbard brings over three decades of experience in aircraft leasing and financial management to the role.

Air Partner Remarketing, part of the global aviation services group Air Partner, has appointed Russell Hubbard as Director of Aircraft Remarketing.

Bringing over three decades of experience in aircraft leasing and financial management to the role, Hubbard joins the group from the Hong Kong-based lessor China Aircraft Leasing Group, where he served as SVP of Aircraft Trading.

The new director is expected to take up his new position at Air Partner’s Gatwick headquarters and will report directly to Tony Whitty, managing director, Air Partner.

Tony Whitty, Managing Director at Air Partner, said: “We are delighted to welcome Russell to the team in our milestone 20th year of operation. The fact that we have been able to attract someone of his calibre and experience is testament to the high standing Air Partner Remarketing has in the industry.”

Hubbard previously held a number of prominent organisations, such as serving as the global head of Trading at Avation in Singapore, as well as the chief commercial officer at the Australian-based lessor Global Aviation Asset Management (GAAM), among others.

In addition to his extensive experience in remarketing, Hubbard’s also led airline due diligence studies, conducted analysis on major aviation portfolio, and has even participated as an expert witness in commercial cases in both Europe and Asia.

Commenting on this appointment, Russell Hubbard, shared: “I have admired the work of Air Partner Remarketing for a long time, and am excited to leverage my experience, expertise and contacts to help the team identify and capitalise on opportunities in the market, so that we can find new homes for even more aircraft.”

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