CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Constant Aviation, LLC, a maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility headquartered at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, announced today that Bill Knauf has been named Constant Aviation's Avionics Technical Support Manager. Bill will be responsible for supporting Constant Aviation's customer avionics needs.
Bill began his aviation career serving in the United States Air Force as an Airborne Navigations System Specialist, serving in Mississippi, Texas, Germany and Thailand. Bill continued his aviation career working for Bendix in Florida, before joining, and retiring from Honeywell Aerospace after more then 30 years. While at Honeywell Bill held various Customer Support roles including; Avionics Field Engineer, Technical Business Manager and Customer Support Manager.
"We are extremely proud to have Bill join the Constant Aviation team. The knowledge and experience Bill brings to our organization takes our Avionics Department to the next level. His main responsibility is to provide world-class service to our customers while either in our facilities or flying across the country," said Stephen Maiden, President of Constant Aviation.
About Constant Aviation
Constant Aviation, LLC has locations at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Birmingham International Airport. Constant Aviation has raised the bar in aircraft maintenance expectations. Constant Aviation is one of only 43 Repair Stations to hold Class 3 and 4 ratings as well as Radio Class 1, 2, and 3 ratings. As one of the most respected business aircraft maintenance organizations in the country, Constant Aviation understands the importance of aircraft availability, predictability and minimizing operational costs for their customers. For more information, please visit www.constantaviation.com or call 216.261.7119.
Constant Aviation Aimee Dalton, 216-261-9000 email@example.com www.constantaviation.com
Source: Constant Aviation, LLC
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