As world leaders in Twin Commander sales, service and maintenance, we are looking forward to continuing our partnership under the direction of Allen Goad, the newly announced president of Twin Commander Aircraft. Twin Commander recently made the announcement via their newsletter. Read the full article here:
Twin Commander Aircraft has a new leader. Allen Goad, an experienced executive in aerospace, defense, service, and industrial markets, has been named President of Twin Commander Aircraft LLC.
Allen replaces Matt Isley, who after 10 years at the helm has taken an executive position with another company but still remains within the Twin Commander family.
Allen has more than 20 years of experience leading complex businesses for high profile, public and private organizations. Prior to being named President of Twin Commander, he was the CEO at ATS Systems in California.
Along with leading Twin Commander Aircraft LLC, Goad has been named President of the Aerospace Technology Group (ATG) for parent company H-D Advanced Manufacturing. ATG is comprised of H-D subsidiary companies involved in the aviation, aerospace and manufacturing arena.
Allen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and Chemistry from Arkansas State University and a Presidential and Key Executive M.B.A. from Pepperdine University. He also holds an FAA Private Pilot’s certificate.
“Allen brings an incredible breadth of experience and capability to the senior leadership team,” commented Michael J. Vincent, President & CEO of H-D Advanced Manufacturing. “His strong leadership background in operations, sales, engineering, finance, and strategic initiatives for multi-national firms fills a critical need as ATG endeavors to grow its business.”
“I am excited to join the Twin Commander team,” Allen said, “and look forward to meeting and getting to know everyone—especially our factory-authorized service center partners—responsible for making a Twin Commander such an incredible aircraft to own and operate. Events such as the Twin Commander University will also be important to continue building the communication and support of our network for all involved—owners and operators, our authorized service center personnel, and our suppliers and vendors.”