The team of technician’s at Centennial Aircraft Maintenance offers the following experience and services:
Ron has over 40 years of experience as an aircraft mechanic. He holds an Airframe and Powerplant license with Inspection Authorization (IA) as well as Private and Multi-Engine pilot’s ratings. His experience ranges from leading corporate and air-carrier maintenance programs to overseeing the maintenance department for flight schools. Ron’s attention to detail and focus on quality maintenance practices is exhibited by his wide base of repeat customers that rely on him to keep their aircraft running in peak condition. Mr. Dobbs has worked on everything from Cessna and Beechcraft, to Learjet and Mitsubishi. This volume of knowledge and experience provides our maintenance facility with a sense of pride and craftsmanship that you can trust.
Jon has been working with our maintenance department since 2012. He holds an Airframe and Powerplant license as well as Private, Instrument, and Commercial pilot’s ratings. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Technology for general and corporate aviation with an emphasis in Space Commercialization and a minor in Aircraft Maintenance Technology. Jon will earn his Inspection Authorization in July of 2015. Jon’s wide skill-set and passion for safety makes him an invaluable asset to the Centennial Aircraft Maintenance team.
Kyle has over 10 years of experience working in engineering and mechanical fields. He has been an A & P since March of 2012 and will earn his Inspection Authorization in April of 2015. Not only is Kyle an experienced maintenance technician, but also he holds his Private Pilot Certificate, and Instrument and Commercial ratings, all which allow him to better troubleshoot and resolve the toughest of mechanical issues. Kyle’s passion for aviation both as a pilot and mechanic ensures that Centennial Aircraft Maintenance maintains the highest industry standards.