Gordon McConnell

a350 chief engineer

Gordon McConnell, the A350 chief engineer, began his career in 1975 when he joined Scottish Aviation Ltd. Following the creation of British Aerospace, he progressed through various roles in the Engineering Department to become chief engineer responsible for the Jetstream 41 development programme in 1988. After a number of influential positions at British Aerospace, in 1997 McConnell joined Airbus Industrie in Toulouse as chief engineer of the Twin Aisle Aircraft. In 2007 he headed the engineering of the new Airbus A350XWB long range aircraft family. Gordon McConnell has made countless noteworthy and influential contributions to the world of aeronautical engineering.

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