Some aviation geeks (“AVGeeks" to those in the know) can identify a plane by its main landing gear configuration, others have decorated their houses with old memorabilia, and many count “The Right Stuff" or “Top Gun" as their favorite movie.At United, our passion for aviation runs deep, and what better day to celebrate that than on the U.S.'s National Aviation Day? See 12 of the many proud AVGeeks throughout our company.
Information Technology Senior Analyst Jay Hakim
You might be AVGeek if…you carve planes into pumpkins for Halloween. Los Angeles-based Flight Attendant Alexandra Deliopoulos
You might be an AVGeek if…you convince your husband and daughter to also become flight attendants at United. Finance, Procurement, Treasurer and Senior Vice President Gerry Laderman
You might be an AVGeek if…the chairs in your office are coach seats. Newark-based Boeing 767/757 First Officer Brian Kelly
You might be an AVGeek if…your backyard backs up to a small airport in Florida, and you build planes with your father, a retired United pilot.
Managed Care and On-site Clinics Program Manager Terry Werber
Western Sales Managing Director Anthony TothYou might be an AVGeek if…you have a 747 cabin mock-up in your house.
Chicago-based Supervisor Wendy Monzo
Chief Executive Officer Oscar Munoz
Chicago-based Flight Attendant Tiffany Schumacher
Newark-based Zone Control Supervisor Gus Guarin
Product Engineer Sachin Subramanian
Houston-based Boeing 737 First Officer Courtney Tatum and Washington, D.C.-based Boeing 767/757 First Officer Mark Tatum