Deutsche Aircraft strengthens sales and marketing team

Nils Heuer, director sales (left), Christian Pürschel, head of communications + PR
Nils Heuer, director sales (left), Christian Pürschel, head of communications + PR

Work on the development of the D328eco is going according to plan. As a result, Deutsche Aircraft continues to strengthen its sales and marketing team.

The goal is to serve the customer in the best possible way and to provide the market with the best possible information about the new-generation turboprop aircraft "Made in Germany".

Nils Heuer recently joined Deutsche Aircraft in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich as the new director sales for the D328eco programme. Before coming to Deutsche Aircraft, he was responsible for sales and business development in various roles at Lufthansa Technik.

With more than 10 years of experience in the aviation industry and his market orientation he is the ideal person for this position. "The D328eco is unique in the market due to its combination of efficiency, performance and sustainability," said Heuer. "I'm looking forward to working with our customers to unlock the diverse operational potential of the D328eco." Nils has completed an integrated Master's degree programme, with degrees in industrial engineering and aviation systems engineering (Lufthansa Technik / Technical University of Braunschweig / University of Applied Sciences Bremen).

Christian Pürschel started at the same time as head of communications + PR also in Oberpfaffenhofen. Pürschel has a successful track record in communicating and marketing innovations and industrial products at thyssenkrupp, among others. His international experience for customer projects and the sustainability agenda rounds off his profile.

"With Deutsche Aircraft's mission and the production of the D328eco we will make regional air transport future-proof together with our customers and partners," said Pürschel, looking ahead to his role. Pürschel holds a Master’s degree in economics (University of Augsburg).

Both report to Anastasija Visnakova, vice president sales & marketing Deutsche Aircraft.

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