Air Serv Engineering Team Upgrades Credentials

Air Serv engineering team cutting cake

Air Serv Engineering Team Upgrades Credentials

Entebbe, Uganda. This spring, Air Serv aircraft mechanics Tonny Eyenga and John Bursula earned their Category C Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licenses, and Ronnie Batte and Edward Muyanja added PT6 Engine Ratings to their existing licenses. By investing heavily in the professional development of staff, Air Serv has maintained one of the best safety records in the region. 

“I believe we have more licensed aircraft engineers than any other general aviation operation in East Africa,” stated Paul Ogwang, Director of Maintenance, “and we all consistently strive to improve. When it comes to safety, there is no room for complacency.”

Air Serv engineers are responsible for maintaining the organization’s fleet of six Cessna Caravans which operates, often in conflict zones, throughout East and Central Africa.

Air Serv specializes in “last mile” air transportation in support of humanitarian programs, and also provides commercial air charter, facility, and aircraft maintenance services.

For more information about Air Serv, see www.airserv.org and follow Air Serv on Facebook at www.facebook.com/airservintl

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 14, 2016
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