Stevens Aviation technicians receive top FAA awards

Aviation International News » March 2005
February 7, 2007, 10:58 AM

Maintenance technicians at the Greenville, S.C. facility of Stevens Aviation brought home the gold–the FAA’s gold, that is. The FAA has again recognized the company for outstanding technical service. The FAA named Tim Kunkle 2004 Maintenance Technician of the Year, while Charles Jamison received the state’s 2004 Avionics Technician of the Year award. The awards are based on maintenance and avionics excellence and outstanding community contribution. A Stevens technician has been recognized every year since the inception of the program more than a decade ago.

“We never get tired of this honor because it demonstrates to our customers our commitment to quality, while creating a tremendous sense of pride among the team to maintain the tradition,” said Larry Baker, Stevens Aviation executive vice president of operations.

Stevens offers aircraft acquisition and flight services; aircraft completion, maintenance and modification services and aircraft fixed base operations. It operates facilities in Denver; Nashville, Tenn.; Dayton, Ohio; and Greenville and Greer, S.C.

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