[The following profile article was published in Aviation Pros magazine here.]
Congratulations to this year’s winners of the AMT Next Gen 40 Under 40 Awards. And also to those who recognized your achievements by nominating you.
The attributes that make up this year’s winners all have a passion for aviation, whether it’s maintenance, education, executive management, general aviation, business aviation, rotorcraft, military, MRO, or airline, they all love what they do and want to keep improving themselves and the industry. Thank you for the solid future you provide. And if you started as a child who wanted to know more about aircraft or wanted a better future for yourself by committing to the aviation later in life, we’re glad you’re a part of the Next Generation of aircraft maintenance professionals.
There is no one path to success in aviation. Sometimes you grow in one company, other times it requires moving around to take advantage of what the industry offers or which direction your interest takes you. Take a look at this year’s winners to see the different paths that are available. And as always, share your story to encourage others to follow.
Aircraft Maintenance Technology is proud to recognize this year’s winners.
What started as a summer job has turned into 15 years. “What has led me to stay in the industry are the people,” Steinbeck says. “I enjoy meeting new people and developing relationships with individuals across the sector – operators, vendors, and many others. I always welcome the opportunity to learn about the challenges that they face and take great satisfaction in developing solutions that respond to their needs.”
His principal mentor has always been his father, Dennis Steinbeck, who he worked with for 10 years at Avtrak. “He was always there when I needed advice. He is an exceptional leader and motivator. He has a natural ability to work with and lead the people around him. My father and I have different personalities but I continue to draw inspiration from his leadership style.” (more…)
TRAXXALL Technologies, providers of an innovative aircraft maintenance tracking and inventory management system, today announced new client Executive AirShare.
Executive AirShare serves shareowners in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New York. The company currently serves the Central US and Great Lakes regions, operating a fleet of Bombardier Learjet 45XR, Embraer Phenom 300 and Phenom 100, Cessna Citation CJ2+ and Beechcraft King Air 350i aircraft. Executive AirShare also offers aircraft management and charter services through its subsidiary Executive Flight Services.
After a comprehensive analysis of all available options, Executive AirShare selected TRAXXALL for the maintenance tracking of its aircraft fleet. (more…)
TRAXXALL Technologies, expert providers of an innovative aircraft maintenance tracking and inventory management system, today announced that it has been named in Canadian Business and PROFIT’s annual STARTUP 50 ranking.
A companion list to the longstanding PROFIT 500 ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies and produced as a joint venture between Canada’s premier business and current affairs media brands, the STARTUP 50 ranks younger companies on two-year revenue growth. STARTUP 50 winners are profiled in the October issue of Maclean’s magazine and online at CanadianBusiness.com.
TRAXXALL Technologies, providers of an innovative aircraft maintenance tracking and inventory management system, today officially announced new client Starlite Aviation Group.
Starlite is a leading provider of helicopter services with a specialization in complex missions, including relief work, helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) and on/offshore oil and gas support. Starlite operates in excess of 45 aircraft, including a variety of Airbus, Bell, Guimbal, Robinson and Sikorsky helicopters, and TAF Sling 2 light fixed-wing aircraft.
After a rigorous comparative analysis of all available options, Starlite selected TRAXXALL for the maintenance tracking and inventory management of its entire fleet. (more…)
Quebec’s Diverse Aerospace Players Continue to Impress (Helicopters Magazine)- By Brian Dunn
While much of the aerospace attention in Quebec is garnered by major aerospace leaders such as Bombardier Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Bell Helicopter Textron Canada and CAE, the world’s third-largest cluster is driven by some 40,000 employees who create some of the most diverse and cutting-edge aerospace products in the world.
Rich Anzalone brings almost 40 years of industry experience – and unmatched expertise in aircraft maintenance tracking – to newly-created role.
We’re excited to announce that TRAXXALL – our award-winning aircraft maintenance tracking system – is one of the first maintenance tracking systems to integrate with Rockwell Collins’s latest version of ARINCDirect Flight Operations System (FOS ®) 3.11.3.
Traxxall Technologies, providers of innovative aircraft maintenance tracking systems, today announced the appointment of Mr. Frank Neal as Maintenance Analyst. Frank brings more than 25 years of aviation maintenance experience to new role.