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Corporate Eagle VP of Maintenance Operations Receives Award From The National Air Transportation Association

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June 19, 2018
    Corporate Eagle, a provider of premium, membership-based fractional and managed business aviation programs, based at Oakland County International airport, announced that Vice President of Maintenance Operations George Terry has received the General Aviation Service Technician Award from the National Air Transportation Association (NATA). Corporate Eagle President and CEO Rick Nini made the announcement.
    “Corporate Eagle is proud to attract, recruit and retain top industry talent,” said Nini. “George, along with the entire leadership team, has been with Corporate Eagle for more than 18 years. We are grateful for the hard work, dedication and team mentoring George displays every day, and congratulate him on this prestigious accomplishment and well-deserved recognition.” 
    Each year, NATA recognizes the achievements of individuals and organizations that help the aviation community continue to thrive. The NATA General Aviation Service Technician Award acknowledges the exceptional performance of a licensed airframe and powerplant mechanic or radio repairman who has practiced the craft for 20 or more years. 
Utilizing nearly 30 years of experience in the industry, Terry leads the maintenance operations team at Corporate Eagle. Under his supervision, the company continues to be accident free, with aircraft flight hours totaling over 100,000.

About Corporate Eagle
Founded in 1982, Corporate Eagle is southeast Michigan's largest and longest serving provider of premium, membership-based fractional and managed business aviation programs. Based at Oakland County International Airport, Corporate Eagle's team of 66 full-time, experienced, committed and passionate professionals are dedicated to delivering exemplary experiences and flexible solutions for the region's industry leading corporations and business leaders. With a mission specific fleet of 14 meticulously maintained aircraft, best in class industry safety standards and certifications and unmatched attention to every detail, without compromise, Corporate Eagle, offers the nation’s first and Michigan’s only Far 91 Subpart K fractional aviation program. For more information visit www.corporateeagle.com.
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