Dépêches

Constant Aviation Builds Avionics Department

Dépèche transmise le 22 mars 2011 par Business Wire

Constant Aviation Builds Avionics Department

Constant Aviation Builds Avionics Department

CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Constant Aviation, LLC, a maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility headquartered at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, announced that Derek Morris has been promoted to Avionics Modifications Manager. Derek will be responsible for overseeing all avionics modification projects.

“Derek joined the organization in 2005 and has been a proven asset to the team ever since. The advanced avionics knowledge, attention to detail, and passion for great customer service Derek has demonstrated over the years made him the perfect candidate for this role. With the continued growth of our avionics department it was important to identify a single point of contact for our customers to assist with their modification needs. Derek will be that point of contact for the modification quoting process, design layouts, engineering support and STC management,” said Stephen Maiden, President of Constant Aviation.

Derek holds an Associate’s Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology.

About Constant Aviation

Constant Aviation, LLC has locations at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Birmingham International Airport. Both facilities specialize in airframe maintenance, engine repair maintenance, major repairs, avionics installation and repair, parts distribution, accessory and composite services. Constant Aviation has raised the bar in aircraft maintenance expectations and provides customers with a one-stop shop option when it comes to maintenance events. Constant Aviation understands the importance of aircraft availability, predictability and minimizing operational costs for their customers. For more information, please visit www.constantaviation.com or call 216.261.7119.

Business Wire

Les plus belles photos d'avions
Dornier Do-328-310 Jet (OY-NCL) Cessna 560XL Citation Excel (CS-DXI) Boeing 757-28A(WL) (G-OOBB) British Aerospace Avro RJ100 (HB-IYQ) Airbus A320-214 (OO-SNF) Embraer ERJ-175STD (PH-EXK)