Presidential Aviation has been recognized by the National Air Transport Administration as a recipient of the 2013 AMT 5 Star Employer Recognition Award. NATA offers this recognition annually to companies which provide superior training of their aviation maintenance technicians (AMT). Presidential Aviation’s Jet Maintenance program supports its fleet of Charter Jets and clients of their Executive Jet Management services.

NATA President Thomas Hendricks commended Presidential Aviation for “their dedication to training and to fostering their employees’ success.” Mr. Hendricks also shared award recipients “have shown that they value well-trained, competent AMTs and deserve to be recognized as leaders in our industry.”

In 2012, Presidential Aviation also earned 5 Star Status after receiving the same AMT Award from NATA. At that time, then NATA President James Coyne stated in a congratulatory letter, “Earning this status is a concrete indication of Presidential Aviation, Inc.’s dedication to its AMT employees, customers and the industry in general.” Former Congressman James Coyne served as President of NATA from 1994 – 2012.

Presidential Aviation’s CEO Oscar Arce shared, “I am delighted NATA has once again recognized our commitment to jet maintenance for the second year in a row. Our ongoing focus is to ensure the highest levels of safety for our passengers and crew.”