Eagle Creek Aviation Services Earns FAA AMT Employer Diamond Award of Excellence

29 Eagle Creek Technicians Receive Individual AMT Certificates of Training

Online PR News – 15-June-2012 – Indianapolis, IN – Eagle Creek Aviation Services, a leading provider of aircraft services, new and used aircraft sales, and aircraft charter and management, announced today that it has received the prestigious AMT Employer Diamond Award of Excellence from the FAA for participating in the Aviation Maintenance Technician Awards Program.

The award was presented to Eagle Creek on April 20, 2012, in Indianapolis by the FAA’s Flight Standards District Office (FSDO).

In addition, 29 Eagle Creek technicians received individual AMT Certificates of Training from the FAA for completing eligible aviation maintenance training. 100% of Eagle Creek Aviation Services’ technicians had to earn individual awards for 2011 in order for the company to receive the Diamond Award.

Eagle Creek Aviation Services spent over 1,800 hours on training in 2011. Training ranged from formal factory instruction to on-the-job training and was carefully tracked and submitted to the FAA. The company is engaged in further training this year in order to earn the award for 2012.

“We’re proud to be recognized for our work in providing high-quality maintenance training, and I’m gratified by all the work our team put into this program,” said Eagle Creek CEO Matt Hagans. “We take a team approach to training, and the Diamond Award demonstrates that our team is willing to do what is in our customers’ best interest.”

About Eagle Creek Aviation Services, Inc.
Eagle Creek provides business jet and turboprop owners and operators with a complete range of services including maintenance, avionics, interior refurbishment and parts support, as well as aircraft sales and brokerage services. The company also provides executive charter and aircraft management through its First Wing division. Eagle Creek operates two full-service fixed base operations (FBOs): one at its headquarters in Indianapolis, and also Naples Jet Center in Naples, Fla.