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737-700 Demonstration Flights in Bhutan Authors

Capt. Van Chaney

Capt. Van Chaney has almost 20 years of aircraft testing experience, both as a test pilot and an aerospace engineer. A 737 and 757 pilot, Van has worked at Boeing for seven years and conducts research in the company’s H-295 Helio Courier and Cessna 206. He is a member of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots and has authored several professional papers.

Magaly Cruz

Magaly Cruz is a performance engineer with five years of experience in aerodynamics. Magaly was instrumental in developing takeoff procedures for the Paro technical demonstration flights.

Capt. Buzz Nelson

Capt. Buzz Nelson has flown more than 14,000 flight-hours during his 40-year aviation career. He is qualified on all models of the 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777 and has been involved in their development and certification programs during his 30 years with Boeing. For almost 10 years, Buzz was a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers S-7 committee, which writes design practices for the handling qualities of large commercial airplanes and flight deck designs.

Allen Rohner

Allen Rohner is regional director of marketing for countries in the Indian Ocean, Indian subcontinent, and Africa. In his 30 years at Boeing, Allen has held technical analyst positions in aerodynamics engineering, working on the 747, 767, and 777 programs in sales and marketing support and product development. Allen was key in facilitating and organizing the effort that made the technical demonstration test flights in Bhutan happen.

Miguel Santos

Miguel Santos is director of international sales for countries in Asia and Africa. During his 24-year career with Boeing, he has held engineering and management positions in advanced engineering, marketing, sales support engineering, marketing management, customer requirements, and sales organizations. Miguel has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in aerospace engineering and an MBA.

James Wilson

James Wilson, lead engineer, supports the sales of all Boeing airplane models by providing aerodynamic performance information. During his 18 years with Boeing, James has worked in aerodynamics on 747-400 certification, 747 and 767 fleet support, and 747, 767, and 777 fuel mileage.

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