April171h, 2013, Fargo, NO:Fargo Jet Center (FJC) received the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) Certificate of Excellence Diamond Award and 21 technicians received Aviation Maintenance Technicians (AMT) awards.
Jeff Boe, from the FAA Flight Standards District Office,presented the Certificate of Excellence Diamond Award to Fargo Jet Center President Jim Sweeney and Director of Maintenance Mike Clancy at the upper Midwest Symposium held in March. Last week,in a special ceremony in Fargo Jet Center's maintenance hangar, 21 individual AMT awards were presented to FJC maintenance technicians recognizing their personal achievements in aviation maintenance training.
"We are honored to receive the award and are proud of the dedication and accomplishment of our maintenance team" said Sweeney. "As a company we understand the importance of continuing education and professional development of our entire team."
About FAA AMT Diamond Award:An eligible employer, with a minimum of 100 percent of its maintenance employees receiving an individual William (Bill) O'Brien Award for a given calendar year, is eligible to receive special recognition in the form of an AMT Certificate of Excellence Diamond Award.
About Fargo Jet Center:
FJC is recognized worldwide as a leading provider of aviation services and is consistently recognized among the top aviation service companies in North America. FJC is an Avfuel dealer of aviation fuels, an award winning aircraft maintenance and avionics repair station and an aircraft dealer.FJC also provides aircraft charter,aircraft management services and operates a Cessna certified flight school.
Eagle Creek Aviation Services spent over 1,800 hours on training in 2011.
One hundred percent of eligible CDAS employees participated in the 2008 AMT Awards Program and each were presented with individual awards.
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