Curtis R. Coble is responsible for Envoy’s Heavy Maintenance bases, along with Engineering, Technical Publications, Quality Control, Training, and sourcing of On-call Maintenance. He previously served as Envoy’s Vice President of Maintenance and Engineering.
Before Joining Envoy in September 2007, Curtis worked for American Airlines as a Product Manager dealing with engine, support shops and line maintenance at American’s Kansas City (MCI) maintenance base. He led the management team responsible for directing union workers and oversaw the repair of PW2037 jet engines. He was also responsible for all hangar support functions and component repair.
Prior to joining American Airlines, Curtis was Director of Business Partners and Airline Information Services for Trans World Airlines, providing leadership to IT transition activities as TWA became part of American. He began his career with the Boeing Commercial Airplane Co. as a System Analyst. In his last position at Boeing, Coble was named Manager Production Control, Sheet Metal Center, where he developed short- and long-term production/capacity plans and managed detailed material requirements using an MRP II system.
Coble is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration/ Marketing and holds an Airframe & Powerplant licenses.