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Fri, Apr 29, 2005

AEA Recognizes Members For Training Commitment

AEA Recognizes Top Trainers

The Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) announced the recipients of the annual Avionics Training Excellence award at the 48th Annual Convention and Trade Show. The award recognizes AEA members for their total commitment to training as evidenced by participation in AEA–approved training.

Pilots and aircraft owners have no easy way of knowing about a repair station’s dedication to technician training.

With a recognized commitment to training and by displaying the Avionics Training Excellence award, these AEA repair stations demonstrate their dedication to professional development and assure their customers of high levels of service.

As the preferred provider of avionics training for government certified repair stations, AEA programs cover everything from the basics to advanced regulatory and technical instruction. Training is received at AEA seminars, through AEA associate members (OEM factory training), or through any one of AEA’s approved partners.

Abbas Avionics Augusta, GA
Aerocorp Avionic Solutions, Inc. Calgary, Canada
Ahr Aviation San Antonio, TX
AMS Aviation Ltd. Delta, Canada
Aviation Enterprises Springfield, MO
Aviation Institute of Maintenance Indianapolis, IN
Avwest Atlanta Kennesaw, GA
Banyan Air Service Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Bloomington Avionics, Inc. Bloomington, IL
Capital Avionics, Inc. Tallahassee, FL
Central Flying Service Little Rock, AR
Chelton Flight Systems Boise, ID
Consolidated Instruments & Avionics Teterboro, NJ
Custom Avionics Bartow, FL
Cutter Aviation, Inc.—Albuquerque Albuquerque, NM
Cutter Aviation, Inc.—Deer Valley Phoenix, AZ
Executive Autopilots Sacramento, CA
Flightcraft, Inc. Portland, OR
Freedom Avionics Company Broomfield, CO
Garrett Aviation Services Springfield, IL
Garrett Aviation / Electrosonics Columbus, OH
Gibbs Service Center, Inc. San Diego, CA
Gulf Coast Avionics Lakeland, FL
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation Long Beach, CA
Harrisburg Jet Center New Cumberland, PA
Higginsville Avionics Lab Higginsville, MO
Kings Avionics, Inc. Salt Lake City, UT

L-3 Vertex Madison, MS
Leading Edge Avionics, Inc. Bend, OR
Lectron Avionics Mount Hope, CD
Lindsay Aviation, Inc. W. Seneca, NY
Maryland State Police, Aviation Command Middle River, MD
Mercury Air Center Birmingham, AL
MidAmerica Jet Owensboro, KY
National Jets, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Pentastar Aviation Waterford, MI
Poor Boy Avionics San Angelo, TX
Preferred Avionics Yipsilanti, MI
Q.F. Avionics Red Deer, Canada
Raytheon Aircraft Services Egg Harbor Twp., NJ
Raytheon Aircraft Services Tampa, FL
Raytheon Aircraft Services Dallas, TX
Redding Aerotronics, Inc. Redding, CA
Ron Collins Aviation Electronics Evansville, IN
Sarasota Avionics Venice, FL
Sierra Industries Ltd. Uvalde, TX
Smyrna Air Center Smyrna, TN
Southeast Aero Services, Inc. St. Augustine, FL
Southeast Aerospace Melbourne, FL
Southern Avionics & Communications Mobile, AL
The Kroger Co. Cincinnati, OH
Tomlinson Avionics of Texas, Inc. Gainesville, TX
Trego Dugan Aviation Grand Island, NE
Troutdale Aircraft Services Troutdale, OR
Way-Point Avionics, Inc. Fargo, ND
XN Avionics, LLC Spokane, WA

FMI: www.aea.net

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