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Meet STS Aviation Services at Cargo Facts EMEA 2024

Meet STS Aviation Services at Cargo Facts EMEA 2024

STS Aviation Services is excited to announce that Colby Payne, our esteemed Head of Business Development, Commercial Aviation, will be attending the much-anticipated Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 in Amsterdam from February 5-7. This premier event stands as a beacon for professionals across the airfreight industry, offering unparalleled networking opportunities, exclusive insights into market trends and the latest in evolving logistics and digital innovations.

Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 is more than just a conference; it’s a strategic platform designed for decision-makers in the air cargo sector. It promises to be an enriching experience, providing attendees with a deep dive into air cargo trends that are shaping the future of the industry, insights into digital transformation and strategies to enhance business prospects in the EMEA region. For STS Aviation Services and Colby Payne, it represents an invaluable opportunity to connect with industry peers, share our expertise and explore new business avenues.

Colby brings to the table a wealth of experience in commercial aviation industry alongside a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities facing the MRO sector today. His participation underscores our commitment to staying at the forefront of industry advancements and fostering meaningful connections that drive our clients’ and partners’ success.

Why Meet with Colby Payne?

Meeting with Colby at Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 offers a unique chance to:

  • Gain insights into the latest trends and innovations in commercial aviation and airfreight services.
  • Discuss bespoke solutions that STS Aviation Services can offer to meet your company’s specific needs.
  • Explore partnership opportunities that can enhance your operational efficiency and business growth.
  • Learn about the cutting-edge solutions and services that set STS Aviation Services apart in the aerospace industry.

Book Your Appointment Today

Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with Colby Payne and discover how STS Aviation Services can contribute to your business’s success in the dynamic world of commercial aviation and air cargo. We are scheduling appointments throughout the event and invite you to secure your slot early. Whether you’re looking to discuss potential collaborations, explore our services, or simply connect with one of the industry’s thought leaders, Colby looks forward to meeting you.

To book an appointment with Colby Payne at Cargo Facts EMEA 2024, please fill out the form below and express your preferred meeting time. We’re excited to meet you in Amsterdam and explore how we can work together to navigate the challenges and opportunities of the airfreight industry. Join us at Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 for an experience that promises not just to enlighten but also to inspire.

See you in Amsterdam for Cargo Facts EMEA 2024 – the gateway to enhancing your business prospects in the commercial aviation and air cargo sectors.

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Challenges & Trends in the Aircraft MRO Industry

Challenges & Trends in the Aircraft MRO Industry

Imagine the skies as a vast, ever-changing canvas, where aircraft of all shapes and sizes trace the outlines of our interconnected world. At the heart of this dynamic portrait lies the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) sector, a crucial linchpin ensuring each aircraft’s story continues safely and efficiently. Yet, as we navigate through an era marked by rapid technological advancements and global shifts, the MRO industry finds itself at the forefront of a transformation. Like navigating a great river’s currents, understanding the challenges and trends shaping this sector’s future has never been more vital. Through the lens of STS Aviation Group, we embark on a journey to explore the intricate landscape of aircraft MRO services, unveiling insights into overcoming obstacles and seizing opportunities in a realm where innovation and resilience soar high.

Section 1: Challenges Facing the MRO Industry

Regulatory Compliance

Navigating the maze of global and regional regulations is a perennial challenge for MRO providers. The demand for strict adherence to safety and quality standards, while adapting to new regulatory frameworks, requires a proactive and informed approach to compliance management, underscoring the importance of agility and expertise in the MRO industry challenges.

Skilled Workforce Shortage

A critical issue facing the industry is the shortage of skilled aviation technicians. As seasoned professionals retire, attracting and retaining the next generation of technicians is paramount for sustaining growth and ensuring quality. Investing in training and development programs is essential for building a resilient and skilled workforce capable of tackling the complexities of modern aircraft maintenance.

Cost Management

In an industry where margins are often tight, effective cost management is a balancing act. MRO providers must innovate to reduce operational costs without compromising on quality or safety. This includes optimizing logistics, enhancing operational efficiency and leveraging technology to streamline processes.

Supply Chain Disruptions

Recent global events have highlighted the vulnerability of the MRO supply chain. From delays in parts delivery to fluctuations in demand, the industry must enhance its supply chain resilience through strategic stockpiling, diversification of suppliers and adopting digital tools for better supply chain visibility.

Section 2: Current Trends in Aircraft MRO

Digital Transformation

The digital transformation of the MRO sector is underway, with aviation maintenance trends leaning heavily towards the adoption of data analytics, artificial intelligence and digital twins. These technologies offer unprecedented opportunities for predictive maintenance, operational efficiency and personalized service offerings, marking a significant shift in how MRO services are delivered.

Sustainability Practices

As the aviation industry commits to reducing its environmental footprint, sustainable aviation maintenance practices have taken center stage. From eco-friendly materials and processes to waste reduction and energy efficiency, MRO providers are innovating to meet sustainability goals, reflecting a broader industry movement towards greener skies.

Partnerships and Collaborations

The complexity of modern aviation maintenance requires a collaborative approach. Strategic partnerships between MRO providers, OEMs and technology companies are fostering innovation, expanding service capabilities and enabling access to new markets. These collaborations are crucial for driving forward the industry’s technological and operational advancements.

Innovations in Maintenance Technology

Technological innovations, including the use of drones for aircraft inspections and wearable technology for maintenance technicians, are revolutionizing the MRO industry. These advancements not only improve efficiency and safety but also open up new avenues for service delivery and operational excellence.

Conclusion

The aircraft MRO industry is at a crossroads, facing significant challenges but also poised for a future of remarkable innovation and growth. By addressing the industry’s current hurdles with strategic foresight and embracing the latest trends, MRO providers can ensure the continued safety, efficiency and sustainability of aviation operations.

At STS Aviation Group, we’re at the forefront of navigating these complex challenges and trends, offering cutting-edge MRO solutions that meet the demands of today’s aviation industry. Contact us to learn how our expertise can enhance your MRO strategy, ensuring your operations are ready for the skies of tomorrow.

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STS Aviation Group Announces Gary Pratt as New Sr. VP and General Manager of STS Line Maintenance

STS Aviation Group Announces Gary Pratt as New Sr. VP and General Manager of STS Line Maintenance

Jensen Beach, Florida – January 5, 2024 – STS Aviation Group (STS) announces the appointment of Gary Pratt as the new Senior Vice President and General Manager of STS Line Maintenance. With an illustrious career and a wealth of experience in aviation maintenance, Pratt is set to steer the company towards unprecedented growth and innovation.

As Sr. VP and General Manager, Pratt will oversee operations for 43 Line Maintenance stations across the United States, ensuring each maintains the highest standards of quality and safety that STS Aviation Group is known for. His leadership will be instrumental in enhancing operational efficiency, expanding service capabilities and driving customer satisfaction to new heights.

Pratt expressed his enthusiasm about the new role, stating, “I am honored and excited to lead STS Line Maintenance into its next chapter. The opportunity to work with such a talented team and to build upon the company’s sterling reputation is truly invigorating. Together, we will continue to innovate and elevate our service offerings, ensuring that STS remains at the forefront of the aviation maintenance industry.”

Mark Smith, President of STS Aviation Group, also shared his optimism about the appointment, “Gary’s extensive experience and proven leadership in aviation maintenance make him the ideal candidate to guide STS Line Maintenance. We are confident that under his stewardship, the division will flourish, setting new industry standards and further solidifying our position as a leading service provider. Gary’s vision for the future aligns perfectly with our commitment to excellence and innovation.”

Under Pratt’s leadership, STS Line Maintenance is poised for a new era of growth and success. His strategic foresight and unwavering commitment to quality are expected to usher in a wave of advancements in line maintenance services, ensuring that STS Aviation Group continues to exceed the expectations of its customers.

As the aviation industry continues to evolve, STS Line Maintenance and its dedicated team, under Pratt’s direction, are committed to staying ahead of the curve, adapting to changes and pioneering solutions that shape the future of aircraft maintenance.

If you would like to learn more about STS Aviation Group and its subsidiaries, please visit: www.stsaviationgroup.com

About STS Aviation Group:

Founded in 1986, STS Aviation Group is a one-stop service provider to the global aviation industry. With headquarters in Jensen Beach, Florida and offices / facilities around the world, STS delivers nose-to-tail aircraft maintenance solutions with unmatched results and expertise. To learn more about STS Aviation Group and what makes it the company with “Total Solutions to Keep You Flying,” please visit www.stsaviationgroup.com or call 1-800-800-2400.

For more information, contact:

Bryan Shaw
Director of Marketing
1-800-800-2400 ext. 8521
bryan.shaw@stsaviationgroup.com

STS Aviation Group Announces Strategic Relocation of 145 Component/Seat Repair Capabilities to Manchester

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Manchester, United Kingdom – January 2, 2023STS Aviation Group, a leader in the aviation services industry, today announced the strategic relocation of its 145 component/seat repair operations from Shannon, Ireland, to its expanded facility in Manchester, United Kingdom. This move is part of the company’s ongoing effort to enhance turnkey services for its growing global customer base.

“The relocation to Manchester represents a strategic expansion of our service capabilities in a key location,” said Ian Bartholomew, EVP & Managing Director of European Operations at STS Aviation Services. “This move enables us to consolidate our operations, providing more efficient and comprehensive services to our clients.”

The transition of the 145 component/seat repair capabilities is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2024, positioning STS Aviation Group to better serve the evolving needs of the aviation industry. The company’s commitment to offering top-tier services remains a top priority, and this expansion is a testament to that dedication.

While the component/seat repair operations are moving to Manchester, the Shannon facility will continue to operate as an EASA/FAA 145 certified fuel repair shop. Additionally, it will offer passenger seat storage services at the company’s New Market Fergus warehouse, ensuring continued support for clients reliant on these services.

“STS Aviation Group is grateful for the support our clients have shown towards our Shannon operations. We look forward to continuing to serve their needs from our Manchester location and are excited about the opportunities this move creates,” added Bartholomew.

STS Aviation Group’s decision to relocate its operations reflects its commitment to strategic growth and its dedication to providing industry-leading aviation services globally.

About STS Aviation Group:

Founded in 1986, STS Aviation Group is a one-stop service provider to the global aviation industry. With headquarters in Jensen Beach, Florida and offices / facilities around the world, STS delivers nose-to-tail aircraft maintenance solutions with unmatched results and expertise. To learn more about STS Aviation Group and what makes it the company with “Total Solutions to Keep You Flying,” please visit www.stsaviationgroup.com or call 1-800-800-2400.

For more information, contact:

Bryan Shaw
Director of Marketing
1-800-800-2400 ext. 8521
bryan.shaw@stsaviationgroup.com

STS Aviation Group’s Happy New Year Wishes

STS Aviation Group's Happy New Year Wishes

As the final pages of the calendar turn, we at STS Aviation Group are filled with anticipation and excitement for the New Year ahead. It’s a time for sparkling celebrations, heartfelt reflections and the setting of new, ambitious resolutions. As we stand on the threshold of another year, we extend our warmest Happy New Year wishes to our valued customers, clients, colleagues and friends. Your support and collaboration have been the wind beneath our wings, and we’re incredibly grateful for each one of you.

New Year’s is more than just changing dates. It’s about embracing the opportunity for renewal and growth. It’s a moment to reflect on our journey, celebrate our accomplishments and learn from the challenges we’ve faced. Each year is a chapter in our ongoing story, filled with lessons, adventures and memories that shape who we are and who we aspire to be.

Resolutions are a New Year’s tradition that embodies our collective desire for self-improvement and progress. They are promises we make to ourselves, commitments to better health, greater knowledge or even deeper kindness. At STS Aviation Group, we believe in the power of setting goals, not just for our business but for our personal lives, too. It’s about striving to be the best version of ourselves, for our families, our community and the industries we serve.

As we bid farewell to the year gone by, let’s take a moment to acknowledge the resilience and adaptability we’ve all shown. The past year has taught us the importance of staying connected, being flexible and keeping our spirits high, no matter what comes our way. It’s these qualities that make us more than just colleagues or business partners, they make us a community.

Looking ahead, the New Year is brimming with potential and possibilities. It’s an unwritten story waiting to be told, and together we have the opportunity to write an incredible tale. Whether it’s embarking on new ventures, exploring innovative solutions or simply finding more ways to delight our customers and uplift each other, the future is ours to shape.

So, as we countdown to the New Year, let’s raise a toast to the possibilities that lie ahead. May this New Year bring you joy, health and prosperity. May it be filled with new adventures, learning and an abundance of opportunities to grow and shine.

From all of us at STS Aviation Group, Happy New Year! Let’s make it a fantastic one.

The Melbourne Miracle: How the Heroes of STS Aviation Services Saved Christmas

The Melbourne Miracle How the Heroes of STS Aviation Services Saved Christmas (1)

In the quaint town of Melbourne, Florida, where the Atlantic breeze whispers tales of yonder, the aircraft base maintenance facility of STS Aviation Services stood as a beacon of human ingenuity. This Christmas Eve, however, the ordinary bustle of the hangar was about to transform into an extraordinary tale of wonder.

The team, a trio of distinct personalities united by their love for aircraft, took center stage. Jack, STS Aviation Services’ Chief Aircraft Mechanic, was a man of unwavering resolve whose eyes had seen the evolution of aviation from mere machines to wonders of technology. His leadership was the glue that held the Melbourne crew together.

Mia, the avionics wizard, was the soul of the group. Her journey from a curious child fascinated by planes to a master of aviation electronics was nothing short of inspiring. Her hands moved with an artist’s grace, turning complex circuits into harmonious symphonies.

Then there was Carlos, the spirited mechanic whose laughter echoed through the hangar. His youthful energy was a source of joy, and his innovative mind often found solutions where none seemed to exist. He viewed every aircraft as a canvas, ready to be revived with his skilled touch.

On this fateful Christmas eve night, as the team prepared to conclude their shift, an unexpected sound broke the silence – the magical chime of sleigh bells, rapidly descending from the night sky. To their astonishment, it was Santa Claus himself, his sleigh limping onto the runway, guided by his team of worried reindeer.

Santa, in all his legendary glory, was in distress. A critical malfunction in his sleigh’s propulsion system threatened to halt the joyous journey of gift-giving. The magic of Christmas was at stake, and the STS Aviation Services team knew what they had to do.

With a nod from Jack, the trio sprang into action. They approached the sleigh with reverence, marveling at its mystical aura. Mia, with her keen eye, quickly identified the issue with the magical navigation system. Her fingers worked deftly, realigning crystals and rewiring enchanted circuits.

Carlos, meanwhile, teamed up with Jack to address the mechanical woes. They worked in tandem, Carlos’ innovative methods complemented by Jack’s experienced hand. Every bolt tightened and gear checked was a step closer to saving Christmas.

As they worked, the hangar was filled with a rare energy, a mix of intense focus and childlike wonder. They were mechanics, yes, but tonight, they were guardians of a tradition, custodians of joy.

As dawn kissed the horizon, painting the sky with hues of hope, the sleigh was restored, its magic rekindled. Santa, with a twinkle in his eye, expressed his profound gratitude. He knew that the spirit of Christmas was alive and well in the hearts of these remarkable mechanics.

As the sleigh took off, disappearing into the morning light, the team stood in silent awe. They had not just repaired Santa’s sleigh, they had woven themselves into the fabric of a timeless legend.

In the hangar, as they finally prepared to head home, a profound realization dawned on them. They had experienced the true essence of Christmas – a selfless act of kindness, a coming together for a cause greater than themselves. The joy they had ensured for countless children around the world filled their hearts with an indescribable warmth.

“The Melbourne Miracle” was more than just a tale of fixing a sleigh. It was a testament to the power of teamwork, the magic of believing and the boundless spirit of giving that defines the true meaning of Christmas.

The Night Before Flight: An Aircraft Mechanic’s Christmas Tale

Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the hangar,
Not an engine was stirring, not even a clangor.
The tools were all laid on the workbench with care,
In hopes that St. Nick soon would be there.

The mechanics were nestled, all snug in their beds,
While visions of torque wrenches danced in their heads.
And I in my coveralls, and cap on my dome,
Had just settled in for a long winter’s roam.

When out on the runway there arose such a clatter,
I sprang from my cot to see what was the matter.
Away to the window I flew like a flash,
Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.

The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow
Gave a lustre of midday to objects below,
When what to my wondering eyes did appear,
But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer.

With a little old driver, so lively and quick,
I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick!
More rapid than eagles, his coursers they came,
And he whistled, and shouted, and called them by name:

“Now, Dasher! Now, Dancer! Now, Prancer and Vixen!
On, Comet! On, Cupid! On, Donder and Blitzen!
To the top of the hangar! To the top of the wall!
Now dash away, dash away, dash away all!”

As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly,
When they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky;
So up to the hangar-top the coursers they flew
With the sleigh full of toys, and St. Nicholas, too.

And then, in a twinkling, I heard on the roof
The prancing and pawing of each little hoof.
As I drew in my head, and was turning around,
Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a bound.

He was dressed all in fur, from his head to his foot,
And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot;
A bundle of toys he had flung on his back,
And he looked like a peddler just opening his pack.

His eyes—how they twinkled! His dimples, how merry!
His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry!
His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
And the beard on his chin was as white as the snow.

The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth,
And the smoke, it encircled his head like a wreath;
He had a broad face and a little round belly
That shook when he laughed, like a bowl full of jelly.

He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf,
And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself;
A wink of his eye and a twist of his head
Soon gave me to know I had nothing to dread.

He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work,
And filled all the stockings; then turned with a jerk,
And laying his finger aside of his nose,
And giving a nod, out the hangar he rose;

He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
And away they all flew like the down of a thistle.
But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight—
“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!”

Christmas Beneath the Wings: A Tribute to Aircraft Maintenance Workers

Christmas Beneath the Wings A Tribute to Aircraft Maintenance Workers

In the depths of winter, when the world is alight with festive cheer and families gather around hearths and holiday tables, there’s a quieter, more reflective celebration happening in the hangars and on the runways of airports around the globe. Here, under the vast expanse of the night sky, aircraft maintenance workers carry out their tasks with a quiet dedication that often goes unnoticed. This Christmas, let’s take a moment to honor these unsung heroes whose tireless efforts keep the wheels of holiday travel turning.

As families excitedly pack their bags and head to airports in eager anticipation of joyful reunions, many aircraft maintenance professionals remain steadfast at their posts. Their work is meticulous and crucial. Every bolt tightened, every system checked and every repair made is a testament to their commitment to safety and excellence. They work through the holidays, often sacrificing their own time with loved ones, to ensure that every aircraft they touch is worthy of the precious cargo it carries – people journeying home for Christmas.

The hangar during Christmas is a world unto itself. It’s not adorned with the traditional trappings of the season, but in its own way, it’s a place of deep connection and camaraderie. Workers share stories and laughter over cups of coffee during brief breaks, finding kinship in their shared mission. The hangar becomes a makeshift family of sorts, bound together by a common purpose. In the echo of their tools and the hum of the engines, there’s a profound sense of unity and a shared understanding of the importance of their work.

For many of these workers, Christmas is a time of reflection, a period to think about the journeys we all undertake – both the physical voyages and the metaphorical ones. As they work through the night, they become part of countless stories of reunion and joy. Each aircraft that leaves the hangar under their watchful eyes carries the hopes and dreams of families reuniting, of weary travelers finding their way home.

Yet, in the midst of this, there’s also a silent longing – the wish to be home with their families, to partake in the traditions and simple joys of the season. This sacrifice, this gift of their time and labor, is perhaps one of the most poignant aspects of their job. It’s a quiet heroism that embodies the true spirit of Christmas – giving selflessly for the well-being of others.

In the warmth of our homes this Christmas, let’s pause and send a thought to these dedicated souls in the hangars and on the runaways. Their work is a beacon of the holiday spirit, a reminder that the greatest gifts are often not found under the tree but in the everyday acts of kindness, dedication and care.

To all the aircraft maintenance workers, thank you for being the guardians of our skies. Your commitment ensures that the spirit of Christmas reaches every corner of the earth, and for that, we are eternally grateful.

Merry Christmas from your friends at STS Aviation Group.

Addressing the Aircraft Mechanic Shortage in the U.S.

Addressing the Aircraft Mechanic Shortage in the U.S.

The aviation industry in the United States faces a critical challenge, a growing shortage of aircraft mechanics. This trend, if unaddressed, threatens to stall the momentum of an industry that supports over 10.6 million jobs and contributes $1.8 trillion to the U.S. economy.

The Problem at Hand

Recent data indicates a widening gap between the number of retiring aircraft mechanics and those entering the field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the aviation industry will need to fill 12,000 aircraft mechanic positions annually to keep pace with demand. However, the current output from aviation maintenance training organizations falls short by approximately 30%.

Root Causes

Several factors contribute to this shortage:

  • Aging Workforce: A significant portion of current aircraft mechanics are nearing retirement age.
  • Lack of Awareness: Many young people are unaware of aircraft maintenance as a career path.
  • Perceived Barriers: Misconceptions about the skills and education required for the field can deter potential candidates.

STS Aviation Group’s Solution Pathway

Enhancing Visibility and Awareness:

  • Targeted Outreach: Engaging with high schools and vocational institutions to introduce aircraft maintenance as a rewarding career option.
  • Social Media Campaigns: Utilizing platforms popular among young people to showcase the excitement and benefits of a career in aircraft maintenance.

Education and Training Incentives:

  • Scholarships and Partnerships: Collaborating with training schools to offer scholarships and apprenticeships.
  • Hands-on Experience: Providing opportunities for practical, real-world experience through internships and co-op programs.

Promoting the Career’s Benefits:

  • Competitive Salaries: Emphasizing the attractive earning potential in aircraft maintenance, with median pay around $64,310 per year.
  • Job Security: Highlighting the growing demand for these roles, ensuring long-term career stability.

Reducing Entry Barriers:

  • Flexible Training Models: Offering part-time, evening and online classes to accommodate different schedules and lifestyles.
  • Mentorship Programs: Establishing mentorship initiatives where seasoned professionals guide newcomers.

STS Aviation Group’s Commitment

Our commitment extends beyond addressing staffing needs. It’s about building a sustainable future for the aviation industry. We believe that by inspiring and equipping the next generation of aircraft mechanics, we not only fill a critical industry gap but also empower young individuals to embark on fulfilling careers.

Conclusion

The path to solving the aircraft mechanic shortage in the U.S. requires concerted efforts from industry leaders, educational institutions and communities. At STS Aviation Group, we’re dedicated to leading this charge, ensuring the skies remain a place of opportunity and growth.

Call to Action

To young individuals considering their career paths, the sky is not the limit, it’s your starting point. Explore the exciting world of aircraft maintenance and join us in shaping the future of aviation. For more information and opportunities, visit www.ststechnicaljobs.com

Five Things STS Aviation Group is Thankful For

Five Things STS Aviation Group is Thankful For

This Thanksgiving, STS Aviation Group would like to raise a proverbial glass and celebrate our employees, business partners, clients and friends. This year has been an amazing one for our company, and the entire STS family is honored by your continued enthusiasm and support.

In addition, we’d also like to express a sense of gratitude and appreciation for the following five things.

Our Competition

Thank you for keeping us on our toes and pushing our teams to innovate. Thank you for causing us sleepless nights that morph into fresh ideas and exceptional results. Also, thank you for trying to steal our customers. In doing so, you’ve ensured that we will never grow complacent.

Daunting Challenges

Thank you for forcing us to think outside of the box. You’ve given us the ability to overcome and adapt to any situation; a trait many companies tout but few actually possess.

Tiny Victories

Thank you for keeping our employees motivated and moving forward. Without you, we would never be able to celebrate corporate milestones with such regularity.

Quirky Colleagues

Thank you for the laughs, the love and the camaraderie we feel daily. Your uniqueness and diversity rest at the heart of STS Aviation Group. You make our professional lives more enjoyable, our workloads less stressful and our corporate culture a lot of fun.

Our Leaders

Thank you for giving us the tools we need to excel at our jobs. Thank you for consistently being a source of inspiration to draw from. Your kindness, compassion and accessibility have proven — time and time again — that who we are as people is just as important as the work we do.

Parting Thoughts 

This Thanksgiving, take a moment to think about and reflect upon what really matters to you. Embrace life’s obstacles and turn them into opportunities. Celebrate small victories, welcome change and cherish the people who regularly inspire you to achieve great things.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.