Michel Wachenheim

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Michel Wachenheim
Born16th of January 1951
NationalityFrench
CitizenshipFrance
EducationAerospace engineer
Alma materÉcole Polytechnique
École nationale de l'aviation civile
OccupationFrench public servant
Known forAmbassador

Michel Wachenheim, born the 16th of January 1951 at Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, is a French ambassador and permanent representative of France at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Graduate from École Polytechnique (promotion 1972)[1] and École nationale de l'aviation civile (promotion 1975),[2] Michel Wachenheim starts his career in 1977 at the air traffic department. In 2007, he becomes Chief of Staff of the Ministry of Transport Dominique Bussereau. The 1st of September 2009, he becomes French ambassador and permanent representative of France at the International Civil Aviation Organization.[3]

Michel Wachenheim is married, has three children and is Officier de la Légion d'honneur[4] · .[5] The 2009-2010 promotion of the institut de formation universitaire et de recherche du transport aérien (research and training air transport institute) bears his name.[6]

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  • Académie nationale de l'air et de l'espace and Lucien Robineau, Les français du ciel, dictionnaire historique, Le Cherche midi, June 2005, 782 p. (ISBN 2-7491-0415-7), p. 527, Wachenheim, Michel
  • Who’s Who in France, 2012, 2307 p. (ISBN 978-2-85784-052-7), notice « Wachenheim, Michel ».