Executive Biography of Brendan Curran

Brendan Curran

Brendan Curran
Vice President
Commercial Services
Boeing Global Services

Brendan Curran is the vice president of Commercial Services for Boeing Global Services (BGS) and is a member of the BGS Leadership Team. As the largest commercial aircraft service contractor, Commercial Services is an industry leader in providing lifecycle services and support for Boeing and non-Boeing platforms. In this role, Curran is responsible for the profit and loss, coordinated selling, sales generation and marketing activities of Commercial Services to the customer.

Prior to this assignment, Curran was the president of AvionX working across Boeing’s businesses to further develop the company’s internal capability to design, manufacture, support and service critical aircraft and system electronics.

Curran has extensive aerospace industry experience within the aircraft system, engine and airframe segments. Before joining Boeing, he was president of Crane Aerospace & Electronics from 2013 through 2018. In that position he was responsible for leading the strategic direction, profitable growth and operating results of the group’s six business segments.

Prior to Crane, he held a number of diverse roles of increasing responsibility with United Technologies Corporation. Curran also served as vice president of Strategy, Business Development & Partnerships, for Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines. In this position he led new sales campaigns with aircraft manufacturers and coordinated company investment partnerships related to new and existing engine programs. He also held a number of executive, aftermarket focused positions at UTC’s Hamilton Sundstrand Division including vice president, Repair & Supply Chain, vice president Aftermarket Sales & Commercial Spares and regional director, Asia-Pacific.

Curran holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Vermont and a Master of Business Administration from Columbia Business School. While at Columbia he was awarded the Center for International Business Fellowship.