Fort Lauderdale, FL -- John DiMattei recently accepted the position of Avionics Engineer with Banyan Air Services, located at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. John is responsible for the design and engineering for avionics installations and upgrades on corporate class turbine powered aircraft. John produces CAD drawings, ensures proper integration of avionics into existing aircraft systems, and ensures that new and existing avionics and electrical components are compatible.
John has an electrical engineering degree from the New York Institute of Technology and previously worked in avionics at Grumman Aerospace, Eastern Airlines and Northwest Airlines. John is a commercial instrument rated pilot.
Banyan Air Service is recognized by Professional Pilot Magazine as the fifth best avionics center in the United States. Banyan's avionic department is one of the largest avionics facilities in the southeastern United States, with an extensive parts inventory, testing shop, comprehensive rental and exchange program and a full-service avionics hangar which is able to accommodate aircraft up to the size of a Gulfstream III or Challenger 604.
Banyan's avionics department offers comprehensive avionics installations, repairs, modifications, instrument aftermarket sales, structural engineering, sales and warranty support services for communications systems (SATCOM, HF, VHF, UHF), navigational equipment (VOR, GPS, FMS, MFD), autopilot systems, hazard avoidance systems (TCAS, EGPSW), radars and instruments, RVSM systems, and advanced entertainment systems. Banyan is a certified FAA Repair Station and an authorized dealer for all major avionics manufacturers, including Honeywell, Universal, Collins and Bendix-King. For more information, visit www.banyanair.com on the Internet.