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AIRBUS PROMOTES TWO EXECUTIVES

 WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Airbus Industrie of North America (H) has named Clyde Kizer president and chief operating officer of its customer support subsidiary Airbus Service Company and Earl Odom, vice president of sales for Airbus Industrie of North America, Inc.
 The Airbus Training Center in Miami, the Airbus Spares Center in Ashburn, Va., and customer support staff will report to Kizer.
 Odom succeeds John Leahy, who was recently promoted to president and chief operating officer. He will manage all aircraft sales activities in North America.
 Joseph F. Featherston, chairman, CEO and president of ASCO has elected to leave the company.
 Kizer joined AINA in March of this year as senior vice president of ASCO. Previously, he served in senior management positions with Midway and United Air Lines and the Air Transport Association of America. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and completed the Stanford University Executive Management Program.
 Odom began his Airbus career in 1987 as a salesman. He spent 20 years with Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies Corp., in various commercial and government sales positions. He is a graduate of Virginia Military Institute and earned his masters degree from Trinity College.
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 /CONTACT: David C. Venz of Airbus Industrie, 703-834-3456/


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