Aerodynamics Inc. Names New Vice President
WATERFORD, Mich., Oct. 5, 2011
WATERFORD, Mich., Oct. 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Aerodynamics Inc. (ADI) announced today that Mark Nelson has been named as vice president of Aerodynamics Technical Services. In this role, Nelson will be responsible for managing the professional development, strategic planning and operation services group consisting of the maintenance, parts, interiors and avionics departments. He will also be responsible for the implementation of an expanded multi-level, multi-location maintenance service organization that includes support services for a variety of aircraft types.
Nelson has spent 31 years in the aircraft maintenance industry with 26 years in management positions. In addition to being a licensed airframe and power plant mechanic, Nelson has held numerous management and executive positions in airline companies, corporate flight departments and charter management companies. Most recently, Nelson was part of an executive team at a large, Midwestern FAA-certified repair station and Bombardier authorized service center.
"Mark contributes excellent knowledge and experience to the aviation industry," said Scott Beale, CEO of ADI. "We are thrilled to have him as part of our executive team, and, going forward, I believe his leadership skills and visionary thinking will provide ADI with fresh ideas and solutions to meet our customers' needs."
Nelson has served on customer advisory boards for industry training centers and universities, and has been recognized for exemplary performance and operational safety by employers throughout his career.
About Aerodynamics Technical Services
Aerodynamics Technical Services is an integral part of Aerodynamics Inc., a Waterford, Michigan based organization. Aerodynamics Technical Services has been an FAA certified repair station since 1960 and a Beechcraft service center since 1963. Currently, Aerodynamics Technical Services specializes in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of Pilatus, King Air, Hawker, Gulfstream and Citation jet aircraft, including engines, airframes, avionics and interiors. Aerodynamics Technical Services is based at the company's headquarters at Oakland County International Airport with a satellite facility opening at Paulding County Northwest Atlanta Airport in Q1, 2012.
Headquartered in Waterford, Mich., ADI is one of the country's leading full-service corporate and government aviation service providers. Founded in 1959, ADI has six operating bases in the U.S. ADI and its sole subsidiary ADI Shuttle Group LLC, is the largest contract operator of corporate shuttles in the country. ADI currently maintains a diverse fleet of turbine-powered aircraft in multiple FAA flight regimes. Long recognized for its core value of operational excellence, ADI has served the industry for 53 years without incident or accident, one of only two companies operating in all FAA regimes able to make this claim.
SOURCE Aerodynamics Inc. (ADI)