STS Line Maintenance Opens New Station at SYR Airport in Syracuse, New York
Jensen Beach, Florida, January 27, 2022 — STS Line Maintenance (STS), a division of STS Aviation Group and one of the world’s leading aircraft maintenance providers, opens a new line maintenance station at SYR Airport in Syracuse, New York.
“The scheduled opening of our new line maintenance station at Syracuse Airport will bring our total U.S. station count to 38,” communicates Mark Smith, President of STS Aviation Group. “As is the case with most new stations that we open, our clients reached out and requested our award-winning aircraft maintenance services in Syracuse, and after careful consideration and months of planning, the new station is slated to begin full operations on February 15th of this year.”
STS Line Maintenance’s new station in Syracuse will create more than a dozen new jobs in the area. For those who are interested in learning more about the career opportunities available, please click here.
“This is another exciting step for us at STS Line Maintenance. As our company continues to expand its global reach, we will continue to provide the aerospace industry with cost-effective aircraft maintenance solutions at every turn,” states Robby Bush, Sr. Vice President and General Manager of STS Line Maintenance.
To learn more about STS Line Maintenance and the robust aircraft maintenance solutions it provides, please visit: www.stsaviationgroup.com
About STS Line Maintenance:
STS Line Maintenance operates 38 line maintenance stations throughout the United States, Bahamas, United Kingdom and France. At each of these stations, our team(s) offer a full range of support services, FAA / DER engineering assistance, AOG response teams and enhanced reliability through rapid response times. Skilled Technicians stand ready to handle RON maintenance, turnaround checks, non-routine discrepancy reports and ground equipment maintenance via scheduled or on-call action. To learn more, visit our website.
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