Sergiy Tsikhotsky is the Director of Stavatti Ukraine. As Director of the Company he is the senior executive representative for Stavatti Ukraine.
Raised in a typical Ukrainian family, Mr. Tsikhotsky always planned to connect his life with computer technologies.
His educational background began at the Technical University (Vinnitsya, Ukraine), where Sergiy studied computerized managing systems. In 1987 his call for military service completely changed his life. After completing compulsory military service, he connected his life with the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Four years of study at Saratov Military Academy provided him with profound knowledge in economical processes within the Armed Forces and developed his leadership abilities.
During his service, he occupied a variety of different positions, including direct service within hot spots. Following the call for Armed Forces modernization, he entered and successfully graduated from the Odessa National Law Academy. During 1990’s and the period of forming a newly independent Ukraine and its Military, the Armed Forces had a need to create the new structural department which would be responsible for the legal support of the army. Having an analytical mind and good experience in economics, Mr. Tsikhotsky was transferred to the position of Law Advisor for the Air Force Space Command.
After retiring from the Air Force Space Command in 2003 he shared his professional experience through law lectures at Universities in Vinnitsya. Since 2010 he started his private law practice and continues to consult the Air Force Space Command on a voluntary basis. He joined Stavatti-Ukraine in 2017 with a goal of helping to modernize and rearm Ukraine’s aged Air Force
Charlie Frank Lee is the Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning for Stavatti Aerospace. Focusing primarily upon business activities in Asia, Charlie concentrates upon the formation of strategic partnerships with the Korean Government with US companies, in particular Stavatti, including the structuring of joint venture aircraft production and investment funding.
Born in South Korea, Charlie studied in at the Institute of Steel Structure Development in San Francisco for 3 years (1978-1981). In 1981 Charlie joined Samsung where he worked for 10 years. Responsible for Samsung Waste Management Equipment, Charlie was responsible for handling and managing supplies for the entire city of Seoul. In 1991 Charlie moved to Beijing where he worked in the heavy construction equipment industry as coordinated through a Chinese Military factory. While in China Charlie represented the China Institute in Construction for the government of China for 8 years. From 2002 to 2012, Charlie spearheaded fundraising and investment activities for the construction of Beijing Royal Apartment Complex as controlled by City of Beijing, serving as a direct liaison to investors. Begging in 2013 Charlie focused on a six year program to revolutionize wind turbine technology. Concentrating on the technology developed by Maglev Wind Turbine Technology, Inc, Charlie directly approached both the Korean Government and the government of China for the production and marketing. Of this wind turbine project.
In September 2019 Charlie joined Stavatti Aerospace.
Mikhailo Satanivskyi is the Director of Aviation Development for Stavatti Ukraine. A 1st class military pilot, Mr. Satanivskyi retired from the Air Force of Ukraine with the rank of Colonel. In 1974 he graduated from the Chernigov Higher Military Aviation School of Pilots where he received higher civilian and secondary military education in the flight operation and use of military aircraft.
From 1974 to 1979 was based in Germany and mastered flying different aircraft types including the MIG-21SM, SMT and MIG-23M. In 1977 Mikhailo received the rank of first class military pilot. Starting 1989 he served in the Soviet Far East, where he was in charge of squadron of MIG-23M fighters.
From 1983 to 1986 Mr. Satanivskyi studied at the Gagarin Air Force Academy. After graduation he was appointed as a deputy commander of the regiment and then commander of the regiment of MIG-29 fighter aircraft.
After the collapse of the USSR, Mikhailo was appointed as Chief of the Security Service of Ukraine’s Air Force. He has over 2,800 hours of flight time on various types of jet fighters and sufficient experience in the investigation of flight accidents, both civilian and military aircraft, as well as the operation and use of military aircraft.
In 2019 Mr. Satanivskyi was appointed as the Director of Aviation Development of the Ukrainian company “Stavatti Ukraine”. The mission of Stavatti Ukraine is to upgrade and re-equip the Ukrainian Air Force with the latest modern military aircraft, using the latest technology available.
Publish Date: November 2019
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Volodymyr Boryshpolov is the Director of Aviation Safety for Stavatti Aerospace Ltd.
Volodymyr has vast military, civil and international aerospace industry experience. His professional career began immediately after graduation from the National Aerospace University “Kharkiv Aviation Institute” in Ukraine, when a fresh graduate with Master’s degree in aircraft design and manufacturing joined the Aircraft Overhaul and Repairing Factory.
Soon thereafter, the ex-Soviet military system requested him to join the Air Force for 2-years of compulsory service. As a Lieutenant of Reserve, Volodymyr became Navy aircraft test manager at the Air Force Test Center, and rapidly grew up to the Lieutenant-Colonel rank and Chief Helicopter Test Unit position. He led and managed more than 30 Navy helicopter tests, both land-based and on the newly built naval ships.
Following the collapse of the USSR, Volodymyr joined the Air Force of Ukraine, and became Aviation Safety Inspector at the Air Force Headquarters. He was promoted to the rank of Colonel with responsibilities to inspect all aircraft maintenance organizations, investigate aircraft accidents, collect and analyze reports on aircraft incidents, computerize safety reporting database and draft key guiding documents on aviation safety.
In 1996 Volodymyr was selected to attend the USAF Air University Air War College, and, after graduation, was appointed as the Chief of International Cooperation Section at the Air Force of Ukraine Headquarters.
After 20 years of military service, Volodymyr retired from the Air Force and joined the United Nations. He served as the Regional and Mission Aviation Safety Officer, established and managed aviation safety programs in several UN field Peacekeeping Missions in various parts of the world (Kosovo, Bosnia, Macedonia, Croatia, Afghanistan and Georgia/Abkhazia), where aviation operations were conducted in challenging environment, with very limited or non-existent aviation infrastructure.
Since 2005 Volodymyr was selected to serve at the United Nations Headquarter in New York, where his most significant achievements included development and implementation of Aviation Safety Management System (SMS) tailored to the UN peacekeeping requirements.
After retirement from the United Nations Organization in 2017, Volodymyr decided to continue with his passion – aviation and safety, and joined Stavatti Aerospace as Director of Aviation Safety. He also serves as Safety/Quality Coordinator for Stavatti-Ukraine
Publish Date: May 2018
Contact Tel: (909) 800-6985
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