David Van Den Langenbergh

Chief Industry Affairs Officer, Luxaviation

David Van Den Langenbergh

David Van Den Langenbergh has over 35 years of experience in business and commercial aviation. A native of Schoten, Belgium, he was an airworthiness manager at Belgium-based Abelag Aviation, which he joined in 2006 as head of Part 145 repair station maintenance. Prior to that, he worked for ten years as line and base maintenance manager at Lufthansa Technik and Delta. His early years were spent in general aviation, first at Bossaerts Aviation Service, then Styl Aviation and finally ABC Aviation, where he worked as a mechanic before moving up to the post of inspector. Van Den Langenbergh entered aviation right out of vocational school and is largely self-taught. He obtained his pilot’s license at the age of 21.

Van Den Langenbergh was named Chief Technical Officer of Luxaviation Group in 2014, Chief Technical Officer of Luxaviation Group in 2014, and President of Luxaviation Aviation Services between January 2019 and May 2023. In June 2023, he was named Luxaviation Chief Industry Affairs Officer. Van Den Langenbergh is member of the Board of Directors in multiple Luxaviation AOCs, of which one is the only Single EASA licensed AOC for business aviation.

Van Den Langenbergh is also accounts manager for the Luxaviation San Marino AOC, offering an international commercial operation platform for aircraft owners that need a flexible solution combined with professional, secure and safe aviation environment.

Since 2016, he has served as a board member for the General Aviation Manufacturer’s Association (GAMA) having been the chair of the European Leaders Steering Committee for four years and an active member of multiple working groups. He’s the co-chair of the EBAA-GAMA Maintenance Working group and chair of AMAC’s Maintenance Working Group. Van Den Langenbergh has also been a Dassault Falcon Operators Advisory Board chair for five years.


Aircraft Maintenance 2.0 – Digitalization: The Challenging Pathway to Safety and Efficiency
Tuesday, 28 May 2024
14:00 – 15:00