Carlsbad, CA – Jet Source announced today that Joey Crawford has joined the company as their new Chief Inspector for the aircraft Maintenance and Avionics Department. As Chief Inspector, Crawford will be responsible for the enforcement of all regulatory and compliance issues with the FAA for the Part 145 Repair Station. He will report directly to Mr. Art Muro, Accountability Maintenance Manager for the repair station.
After earning his degree from Northrop University, Crawford successfully operated a Bonanza service facility at the McClellan-Palomar Airport. During the years that have followed, Crawford has been employed by PSA/USAir, Flight Trails, West Coast Jets, and most recently by Crownair Aviation. This seasoned professional with over 36 years of industry experience will ensure that Jet Source continues to uphold the highest standards in airframe and avionics maintenance.
"We are delighted to add this seasoned veteran with such an impressive track record in the areas of Inspection, Quality Assurance and Quality Control of aircraft maintenance and avionics repairs,” explains Jet Source Vice President, Ian Ewing. “Crawford’s background and experience is a perfect match for us and lends itself well to the overall goals and objectives that we have established for our future growth in the Southern California marketplace.”
About Jet Source
Jet Source is San Diego’s leading business aviation center and is the only facility in Southern California to combine a fully-equipped Fixed Base Operation (FBO) with full charter, aircraft management, maintenance, avionics and dedicated fuel station services. It’s also uniquely solar-powered, and the only San Diego charter company to be both ARGUS Gold and Wyvern rated, a coveted industry safety standard.
Located at McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, California, where it offers unparalleled privacy through its secure, gated access and private car service to the ramp, Jet Source is the gateway in and out of San Diego for many of its most influential visitors and residents. A range of light, medium, and heavy jets in the charter fleet include the all new Citation Mustang, Citation XLS, Hawker 800, Falcon 50, Challenger 604, Embraer Legacy 600 and a Gulfstream 400.
For additional information on Jet Source, please contact Ian Ewing at (760) 438-0877 or visit their website at www.jetsource.com.
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