Marana Aerospace Solutions Announces Stephen Maceyko Joins the Company as Senior Vice President of Sales

MARANA, Ariz./EWORLDWIRE/April 4, 2014 --- Marana Aerospace Solutions (, today announced that Stephen Maceyko has joined the company to further develop their growing sales department and will serve as Senior Vice President of Sales. Maceyko comes with a wealth of experience within the industry.  His responsibilities will include sales, customer service, business development, and marketing. 

"Steve brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Marana," says Jim Martin, Marano chief executive officer for the company.  "His industry knowledge will support Marana's mission to serve the growing needs of its customer base which includes Boeing, GE Capital, Delta Airlines, Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce and many others. We are extremely pleased with this announcement." 

Prior to joining Marana Aerospace Solutions, Maceyko spent the last two years with AAR Corp., serving as director of sales. Maceyko retired from Delta Air Lines in 2011 after an accomplished 20-year career. His experience from both Delta Air Lines and AAR Corp. includes direct service sales, maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO), supply chain management, finance, material management and customer service/account management. Maceyko capitalized on his skills, experience and industry relationships to successfully manage large programs including MRO in-sourcing, aircraft outsourcing, inventory/material management solutions and financial analysis.

Maceyko received a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Ga., and actively participates in many aviation related organizations and events.

About Marana Aerospace Solutions

Headquartered in Marana, Ariz., the company is an internationally recognized commercial aircraft MRO and storage facility consisting of three maintenance hangars and a large maintenance flight line. A 6,850-foot runway is suitable for takeoff and landing of all aircraft types including large commercial and military aircraft. The maintenance center has 460  acres of ramp and storage area that can accommodate over 400 aircraft, as well as over 35,000 sq. ft. of repair shops for avionics, accessories, composite structures, interior configuration, and NDT testing and inspection.