Metro Aviation names Chief Inspector

Metro Aviation names Chief Inspector

15-Feb-2021 Source: Metro Aviation

Metro Aviation is congratulating Justin Painter on his new role as Chief Inspector of the Metro Aviation Repair Station.  Justin replaces Nick Bruton, a long-time Metro employee who retired in January after 35 years.

Justin joined Metro Aviation in 2010 as a hangar mechanic.  As a mechanic in the Shreveport-based Repair Station and at Metro’s former Little Rock base, Justin proved his aptitude and knowledge of the nuances of aircraft maintenance.  He was promoted to Assistant Chief Inspector in 2018, and will now serve as Chief Inspector.

“Justin is dependable, hard-working and an overall great guy to work with,” said Metro Part 145 Director of Maintenance Shawn Bruton.  “Metro works to the highest standards and Justin is an extension of that commitment.”

Metro Aviation’s completion center and repair station delivers an average of 35 aircraft annually.

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