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NEWS THOROUGHBRED AVIATION, LLC


IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS Nathan Winkle announces the launch of Thoroughbred Aviation, LLC, a new consulting company dedicated to helping aircraft owners and aviation managers. Thoroughbred Aviation offers a variety of consulting services which include developing strategic aviation plans, aircraft records reviews, maintenance audits, aircraft and system specifications, pre-purchase inspection monitoring and analysis, on-site MRO project management, flight department set-up, safety management system implementation, and other business aviation consulting services.


“I am excited to offer these specialized consulting services


to the aviation industry,” says Winkle, founder and president of Thoroughbred Aviation. “By leveraging my experience and industry network, I will be able to help owners and operators regardless of their size or experience levels.” In addition to the aforementioned consulting services,


Thoroughbred Aviation offers a maintenance management service. Designed for flight departments without a dedicated maintenance personnel, the maintenance management service will help owners and operators


proactively plan for and ensure compliance with maintenance instructions. “I saw a unique need in the industry, and am offering my experience and expertise to those who need help with managing their maintenance requirements,” says Winkle. “With the decreasing number of technicians entering the workforce, higher dispatch reliability of modern business jets, and increased pressure for flight operations to run as lean as possible, Thoroughbred Aviation is poised to provide high level of maintenance management support for a wide variety of business aviation operations. Winkle is an A&P and IA who has worked for 25


years in the aviation industry, with 17 years dedicated to corporate and business aviation. Having worked for a major OEM and a Fortune 200 flight operation, Winkle is able to provide a big-picture perspective to better help aircraft owners and aviation managers. During his career Winkle has lead numerous cutting-edge projects. One such breakthrough project was the visioning and implementation of a paperless maintenance operation. He has also lead numerous aircraft transactions and set-up bases of operation domestically and internationally. To learn more about Winkle’s experiences visit his LinkedIn page.


For more information, visit www.thoroughbredaviation.com, email info@thoroughbredaviaiton.com or call (502) 930-6650.


WEST STAR AVIATION ANNOUNCES ITS NEW DEDICATED LANDING GEAR FACILITY OFFICIALLY


OPEN FOR BUSINESS West Star Aviation announces its new dedicated landing gear facility, located in Grand Junction, CO, is now officially open for business. West Star Aviation celebrated the grand opening with an open house at the facility on May 26, 2017. The newly redesigned, 20,000-square-foot facility was


acquired by West Star in February of 2017 and will allow West Star to continue supporting Challenger, Hawker and Embraer Phenom landing gear overhaul and repair. “We are excited to have our new landing gear facility open for business. With this facility, we can expand our market and continue with our proven success for landing gear overhaul,” says Steve Goede, director of Landing Gear and Accessory Programs, West Star Aviation. “The open house was a great way to show our guests our newest state- of-the-art facility and how it operates.”


For more information, visit www.weststaraviation.com or call 800-922-2421.


54 DOMmagazine.com | july 2017


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