Stevens Aviation Appoints Robert Wyatt General Manager of Denver (BJC) Based Operations Facility

GREENVILLE, S.C. (Nov. 28, 2012) - Stevens Aviation, a diversified aircraft service provider offering expertise in the areas of aircraft maintenance and modification, fixed base operations and flight services, has appointed Robert Wyatt to the position of general manager of its Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport facility in Broomfield, Colo.

Wyatt has held an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) license since 1996 and has worked at various levels of aviation management including 10 years with Bombardier Learjet.

“Robert’s broad-based experience, from lead Learjet technician to service manager, makes him uniquely qualified to lead Stevens’ Denver facility,” said Stevens Aviation President Neal McGrail. “His technical background and customer service expertise are an ideal combination background as Stevens looks to maximize its presence in the Denver area.”

“With a highly technical, OEM background, Robert is an ideal leader for this facility,” added Stevens Aviation Director of Marketing and Program Sales John Rigby. “His focus on exceeding customer expectations will be critical as we seek to add OEM service center designations such as the Embraer Phenom.”

About Stevens Aviation:

For more than 60 years, Stevens Aviation has been committed to making its customers successful. Stevens provides factory authorized services for Bombardier, Piaggio and Embraer aircraft and FAR145 authorized services on Cessna Citation, Raytheon and other civilian aircraft.  Stevens Aviation also supports the U.S. Department of Defense on a number of significant depot maintenance, modification and upgrade programs.  Stevens is a diversified aircraft service provider offering expertise in the areas of: aircraft maintenance, modification and refurbishment, aircraft sales, aircraft management, flight services and fixed base operations.  Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Stevens operates facilities in Denver, Colo. (BJC); Nashville, Tenn. (BNA); Dayton, Ohio (DAY); and Greenville (GYH) and Greer, S.C. (GSP).