- He replaces Andy Best who, from April, will take on the same role at British Airways.
- Robledo has extensive experience in the aeronautical sector and his main challenges will be to increase the international projection of the Maintenance business and integrate new training for the servicing of the LEAP engines of the Airbus A320neo.
Iberia today announced organisational changes in its Maintenance business. Enrique Robledo
has been appointed new director of this business, which provides services to around a
hundred clients, including IAG airlines.
Robledo, who will take up his new post on 17 March, is currently Iberia’s director at Madrid-Barajas
Airport, a role that will be taken on provisionally from that date by the current Director of Airport
Services, José Luis de Luna.
Enrique Robledo is an aeronautical engineer with a PhD in Psychology and a master’s degree from
IE. He began his career at Airbus and British Aerospace, and since 1999 he has been with Iberia,
where he has held various responsibilities in the Maintenance business, first as Head of Materials
Planning and then as Deputy Manager of the Engine Workshop.
Robledo will replace Andy Best, who has been Head of Iberia Maintenance for the past two years,
and will take on the same role at British Airways from 17 April. Best has led an all-encompassing
business and cultural transformation, driving sustainable business growth and strengthening the
positioning of Iberia’s Maintenance business in the market and within the IAG Group.
The changeover at Iberia Maintenance comes at a time when this business is contemplating the
main challenges of achieving greater international projection to become a benchmark supplier in
southern Europe, while it is in the process of obtaining the certification that will allow its Engine
Workshop to service LEAP model engines, with which the new Airbus A320neo aircraft are
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