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MRO Europe 2022
Conference: October 18-20, 2022
Exhibition: October 19-20, 2022
ExCeL London • London, UK

Pietro Pascale

Managing Director


Pietro Pascale currently serves as the managing director and accountable manager (COO) at Atitech S.p.A. in Naples, Italy. He has been with the company since 2015 and also serves as Board member.
After earning his degree in Aeronautical Engineering at Università “Federico II” of Naples (Italy), graduating Magna Cum Laude, Pascale began his illustrious over 37-year career in the aviation industry.
In Alitalia, since 1997, he served until 2004 as maintenance and overhaul director mainly responsible for the Wide Body Maintenance and Overhaul for B747, B767, B777, DC10, MD11, including shops and the paint hangar.
In 2004 he Joined Air One, a private airline in Italy, as CAMO PH (Chief Technical Director) taking care also for the company re fleeting with the responsibility to buy 10 CRJ 900, 30 firm plus 60 options A320, 12 firm plus 24 option A330, and 12 firm plus 24 option A350. At the end of first Q 2009, when Air One merged with Alitalia, he continued to work with the owner of Air One to continue to buy Aircraft to be leased to Alitalia.
Pascale worked as VP Operations at Aircraft Purchase Fleet Limited from 2009 to 2011 in Dublin, Ireland in-charge of fleet development and asset management before moving to Livingston S.p.A as accountable manager or COO (2012-2015) mainly responsible for the company’s overall operations and maintenance activities (Flight, Ground, CAMO, Maintenance, Safety, etc..) carried out in accordance with the EASA rules and the National Airworthiness Authority.
Pascale also holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) Profingest from the University of Bologna (Italy); a Master in “International Project Management in Aeronautics” from ECATA (European Consortium in advanced training in Aeronautics, participated by major EU Aeronautical University and major Aerospace industries), at Ecole Superieure de l’Aeronautique (Sup’Aero) Toulouse e Technishe Universitat Munich (TUM).