Marc Houalla, born the 10th of February 1961 at Rueil-Malmaison,[3] is a French public servant. Since the 28th of November 2008,[4] he is the director-general of the École nationale de l'aviation civile (French civil aviation university).[5]


Graduate from the ENAC (IÉNAC L82) and holder of a MBA from HEC Paris (1990), he begins his career in 1985 as an engineer at the civil aviation department of Canada.[1] In 1987 he becomes project manager at the technical service of air navigation in Paris in 1992 and then head of the technical and financial departments of the service d'exploitation de la formation aéronautique in Paris and Muret.[6] During the same period, he is also management control teacher at ESCP Europe and HEC Paris.

In 1996, he joins SOFREAVIA as economic and financial consultant. Two years later, he goes back to DGAC has operations manager in Toulouse.[7]

From 2003 to 2006 he is director of the Marseille Provence Airport. In 2006, he becomes director of SEFA[8] before being appointed at the head of the École nationale de l'aviation civile.[9][10]



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