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Sun, Dec 26, 2010

Ron Soret Named President, King Aerospace Commercial Corporation

Will Direct King's Large Aircraft Completions & Mod Efforts

King Aerospace Commercial Corporation (KACC), a leading aircraft services provider, has named aviation veteran Ron Soret as President. He will be responsible for directing King's large aircraft completions and modifications efforts as well as KACC's overall MRO and depot facilities and programs. Soret, who was most recently Chief Operating Officer for Gore Design Completions in San Antonio, TX, will be based at King's Modification Facility in Ardmore, Oklahoma.


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In making the announcement Tuesday, Jerry King-Echevarria, Chairman and Founder of King Aerospace, said "Ron Soret has a great reputation in the large aircraft completions industry. His experience at leading industry firms like Gore Design and Associated Air Center will greatly enhance our efforts in building a world-class aircraft completions and modifications program."

In addition to being COO at Gore Design, Soret served as Vice President of Operations for Associated Air Center capping a 15 year career with the Dallas based firm. He has also held positions of increasing responsibility with The Dee Howard Company.

Soret received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation Maintenance Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and is an FAA Designated Airworthiness Representative (DAR). He also holds a Private Pilot License as well as an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) license.

King's Ardmore facility is well-equipped to handle wide-body airframes and virtually any size of business aircraft including Boeing Business Jets and Airbus equipment. King's facility includes four hangars that incorporate a large aircraft paint bay as well as aircraft modification and refurbishment shops. King's facility is an FAA Certified Repair Station.

FMI: www.kingaerospace.com

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