Stanton Chase Names Aviation/Aerospace Sector Leader
Hans Nilsson has been named Aviation & Aerospace Global Sector Leader for Stanton Chase.
The announcement was made by Juan. D. Morales, Global Practice Leader for Stanton Chase’s Supply Chain, Logistics & Transportation Practice Group and Managing Director of the Miami office. The Aviation & Aerospace Practice operates as a sector of the Supply Chain, Logistics & Transportation Practice Group.
Nilsson will be working out of the Stanton Chase offices in Zurich and Miami. He has been a Partner with the Zurich office since 2016.
“Miami has emerged as one of the world’s leading aviation centers,” said Morales. “Having Hans working from these two locations will increase our value to clients seeking executives in these sectors as we continue to expand our global footprints in aviation, aerospace, logistics and transportation.”
Nilsson is an experienced executive with more than 25 years of industrial and management consulting experience in the aviation, aerospace, transportation, and technology industries. During his career, he has represented and held executive positions at a wide range of well-known international airlines, aviation service providers, and industry associations.
“Organizations in these industries continually seek executives with international and cross-cultural experience,” said Nilsson. “With a presence in these markets, we can efficiently identify executive candidates for clients throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Far East.”
Prior to joining Stanton Chase, Nilsson served as a Director at the International Air Transport Association in Geneva. Earlier, he held executive positions at Swiss, KLM, West Atlantic, and Jeppesen. He started his career as an accomplished pilot for the Swedish Coast Guard.
He earned a Master of Science degree in Human Resource Management at the University of Leicester and an Executive Management Diploma from Stockholm’s School of Economics – IFL. He also holds a degree in Aeronautical Science as a graduate Coast Guard Pilot.