Jason Noll Joins AVMATS Spirit

Noll, A&P and licensed pilot, to oversee Conquest sales and marketing.

CHESTERFIELD, MO – Jason Noll has joined AVMATS Spirit to oversee Conquest Sales & Marketing. Noll brings with him varied maintenance and technical experience with a primary emphasis on Cessna Conquest series aircraft.

In his previous position with Thunder Aviation, he was a chief architect of the Cessna Aging Aircraft Support Program that offered clients a safe, reliable, and straightforward alternative to keep their aging aircraft flyable. Noll received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Central Missouri State University. He holds an FAA A&P Certificate and is a licensed pilot.

"I believe AVMATS is uniquely positioned to offer support to the aging Cessna fleet by providing services and logistic support others just can't match," says Noll. "AVMATS has a long history of providing alternative support for aging aircraft such as the Sabreliner. When paired with the vast array of support services, AVMATS is the perfect fit to provide Cessna operators with a cost effective alternative to Cessna Service Centers."

AVMATS has announced an expansion of its capabilities with the addition of a Supplemental Structural Inspection Program for the Cessna Conquest 425 and 441 aircraft. AVMATS acquired tooling for the program from Thunder Aviation Services Inc., and has slated implementation of the program for May 2009. AVMATS' program will provide customers with cost effective maintenance solutions for the model 425 and 441 aircraft.

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