Mon, May 10, 2010
Experience Ranges From Turboprops To Gulfstreams
J.A. Air Center has tapped a 37-year aircraft maintenance and
management veteran as the Director of Maintenance at its large,
new, Aurora, Illinois facility.
Byron Heidorn brings more than three decades of OEM, MRO and
corporate aircraft management experience to the company. After
completing the Aviation Technology Program at Southern Illinois
University, Heidorn began a progression of positions beginning with
Beech Aircraft, on through several Midwestern service centers,
spending the last 20 years in medium to large corporate aircraft
operations and management.
His experience encompasses a wide range of aircraft from
turboprops to the G IV, including commercial airline equipment.
J. A. President, Brad Zeman said Heidorn will "bring an added
dimension to our service and management capabilities," and says
he's expanding the company's share of the jet maintenance and
management market in the Midwest as the economy recovers.
Heidorn is a member the FAA's FAASTeam program and a past recipient
of the FAA's Mechanic of the Year Award.
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