Meet our Team
Anas is currently the CTO at ABL Aviation. He leads a group of enthusiastic engineers responsible for asset management and technical activities in a fast-growing company with a purpose to add efficiency and innovation to the aircraft management process.
As a member of the company’s leadership team, Anas is critical in the evaluation and identification of strategic initiatives aimed at developing and preserving the optimal liquidity of investors’ assets. Anas frequently travels around the world developing client and subcontractor relationships and negotiating commercial contracts with prospective airlines and service providers.
Anas is a creative thinker, focused on optimisation in the management of aircraft, engines and maintenance to maintain asset value. Anas is passionate about aviation since a young age and loves attending air shows and understanding the aircraft and its components operation. He believes that new world challenges can be led by a strong relationship among airlines, manufacturers and lessors that could fundamentally change the face of aviation and asset financing as well as fulfilling the need of carbon and other greenhouse gas reduction for a more balanced and sustainable aviation.
Prior to his current role, Anas gained early international exposure to the industry and held several positions in a consulting company including relationship with authorities, regulatory audits for maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO), and airlines. He later managed the Airbus A320 test bed of Safran Group covering implementation and demonstration of several innovations and then, Anas was responsible for developing asset management activities including aircraft valuations and forecasting of future maintenance events and costs.
Anas holds a MS degree in Aeronautical and Aerospace engineering from the French Polytechnic Institute of Advanced Science (IPSA) and a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from the Paris Centrale School. He is also fluent in French and Spanish with a keen interest in languages and human relationships. Anas was for many years, an active member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) engineering and aircraft leasing group supporting the standardization and optimization of aircraft transition and management with airlines and lessors’ representatives.