Senior Director Intl. Cooperation
Leading and Implementing International Cooperation Project and Offset program worldwide for more than two decades within Airbus organisation.
Rémy Moreau has been working in the aerospace industry for over 35 years mostly for Airbus and joined the company in 1988. Currently in charge of both, International Cooperation and Offset program development with the aim at addressing market demand in the civil aerospace industry.
He engineers, develops and supervises a large portfolio of projects deployed in various countries worldwide and related to different fields of activities. He is in charge of developing and ensuring the deployment of appropriate cooperation strategies in regions of interest.
Furthermore as a member of the Airbus Group he contributes to identify and propose synergies in the International Cooperation domains that could serve the Airbus Group interest and contribute to ensuring an Airbus effective cooperation with the Airbus Group companies.
Prior to this function, Rémy was working as a Structure Engineer in the Airbus Customer Services organisation and was in charge of managing in-service Fatigue related items for the Airbus Wide Body and Long Range aircraft. This was the natural follow-up of his previous position as structure Engineer for an aircraft maintenance facility in Germany and an earlier position in Aerospatiale design office as Structure Repair Designer.
Rémy Moreau holds a degree in mechanical and production engineering from the Toulouse University.
Rémy was born in Paris in 1963 and shares his free time practicing sports such as running, cycling and also hiking. Married with three children, he enjoys experiencing different cultural environments and sharing time with family and friends.