CAS Receives FAA Diamond Award for Training Excellence for the Fifth Consecutive Year
FAIRHOPE, Ala., February 15, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Certified Aviation Services, LLC (CAS), was awarded the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Diamond Award of Training Excellence for its component repair shop. It is the fifth consecutive year CAS has earned the Diamond Award, continuing its commitment of carrying a high standard of excellence in component maintenance.
The FAA Diamond Award is the most prestigious in the FAA Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Awards Program. To qualify for the award, 100 percent of eligible employees must earn an individual AMT Certificate of Training during a calendar year, which means each eligible employee must complete a minimum of 12 hours of training. It is designed to reward those technicians and companies who participate in additional training that exceeds FAA rules, regulations, and industry standards.
CAS' President of Components, Brad Caban, stated, "This is one of those Annual Goals that we all look forward to exceeding. In 2021 we will enhance our training program by bringing in tribal knowledge from our sister companies - CAS Line Maintenance, and CAS Hangar Maintenance to give us a better feel for things we should look for in our world, to make things easier in theirs."
CAS operates its FAA-certified component repair facility in Fairhope, Alabama, specializing in overhauling and repairing pneumatic as well as hydraulic components.
About Certified Aviation Services
Certified Aviation Services (CAS) is a leading provider of MRO services for fleet operators, leasing companies, OEMs, and adjusters globally. Backed by more than 400 world-class A&P mechanics and 30 years of service, CAS is one of the most experienced MRO service providers. Throughout our nationwide network, CAS conducts line maintenance, modifications, installations, component overhaul, as well as heavy recovery and repairs. Each division is committed to providing our customers with innovative, cost-effective solutions when and where they need it. To learn more, visit www.certifiedaviation.com.