Dallas Airmotive appoints new manager at Phoenix Regional Turbine Center

Dallas Airmotive appoints new manager at Phoenix Regional Turbine Center

22-May-2012 Source: Dallas Airmotive

Kevin Bang has joined Dallas Airmotive, a BBA Aviation Engine Repair and Overhaul Group (ERO) company, as manager of its Phoenix Regional Turbine Center (RTC). Bang will be responsible for day-to-day operations at the RTC which focuses on PT6A, JT15D, M250â„¢ repair services and, with its recent appointment, the HTF7000.

“Kevin has a long history of managing teams of maintenance people through his two decades of service with the U.S. Navy and afterwards with civil maintenance organizations,” stated Dallas Airmotive Vice President of Regional Operations & Service, Mike Cumnock. “He has the hands-on experience coupled with the management expertise needed to take our Phoenix team to ever greater levels of customer support.”

Bang holds an FAA Airframe and Powerplant license plus numerous engine and inspection certifications. “Kevin brings HTF7000 technical and quality expertise which will be especially useful as we have recently added a Honeywell Minor Level authorization at our Phoenix RTC,” commented Cumnock.

Bang comes to Dallas Airmotive from Consolidated Turbine Support (CTS) in Mesa, Arizona where he was Quality Control Manager for 14 CFR Part 145 programs. He holds degrees in Applied Management and Aviation Maintenance, and he is currently enrolled in a Masters of Science in Leadership program at Grand Canyon University.

About BBA Aviation
BBA Aviation’s Engine Repair and Overhaul group of companies is primarily engaged in the repair and overhaul of gas turbine engines and parts support. Operating under the names Dallas Airmotive, H+S Aviation and Premier Turbines, the combined companies form a world leading, OEM-authorized, independent provider of services for Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A/T, JT15D, PW100, PW300, PW500 and PW901 APU; Rolls-Royce Spey, Tay and Model 250/T63/T703; General Electric CF34, CT7/T700, M601/H80 and J85; Honeywell TFE731, HTF7000, CFE738, ALF502L engines, and Honeywell Model 36, 331-200/250 and RE100/RE220 series APUs; and the Hamilton Sundstrand T40-1 APU.

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