JetSuite Maintenance Technicians Earn Highest Industry Honors
FAA’s Diamond Award of Excellence & NATA’s Five Star Awards bestowed upon nation’s fastest growing private jet company
IRVINE, Calif., March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — JetSuite, operator of a fleet of Phenom 100s and JetSuite Edition CJ3s, recently received the aviation industry’s two most prestigious maintenance awards, substantiating its commitment to the safety of its clients.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s 2012 Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Diamond Award of Excellence recognizes that 100 percent of JetSuite’s technicians received an individual AMT Award after passing specialized, continuous training in aircraft systems, regulations and FAA rules over a 12-month period.
In addition, JetSuite received the National Air Transportation Association’s AMT Five Star Award for achieving 100 percent technician participation in a recurrent AMT training program.
“At JetSuite, we understand that the safety and maintenance of our aircraft is of supreme importance,” said JetSuite CEO Alex Wilcox. “Under the leadership of our Director of Maintenance Gary Geis, JetSuite has built a highly regarded maintenance organization. These awards from the FAA and NATA publicly evidence our commitment to operate to the very highest standards in aviation.”
JetSuite’s vision to provide the freedom and exhilaration of private air travel to more people than ever is realized through efficient operations, acute attention to detail, acclaimed customer service, and industry-leading safety practices. Offering a fleet of the industry’s most fuel efficient jets, the Phenom 100 from Embraer and the JetSuite Edition CJ3 from Cessna, the company continues to redefine private aviation. Under the leadership of CEO Alex Wilcox, a former JetBlue founding executive, JetSuite is rated Platinum by ARG/US, the highest possible safety rating in the private jet industry. JetSuite was founded in 2006 and took flight in early 2009.