Baker Aviation Appoints Eric Green to Part 145 Accountable Manager
Baker Aviation, a full-service aircraft maintenance, management and charter company in North Texas, announces that Eric Green has joined Baker Aviation Maintenance as accountable manager. As an experienced aviation manager and U.S. Navy veteran, Green brings extensive process and quality management expertise to Baker Aviation that includes ASA quality certification processes.
“Eric is a welcome addition to our growing Part 145 maintenance business here at Addison Airport,” says Ray Goyco, Jr., president and COO for Baker Aviation Maintenance. “Eric’s dedication and devotion to excellence, combined with his industry knowledge, aligns well with our culture of delivering unparalleled service and safe delivery of the aircraft, as promised. As we continue to grow and expand our maintenance business, we will continue to seek out highly skilled and prominent individuals in our industry like Eric to join our team.”
“I look forward to working with the Baker team to ensure our quality workmanship and superior service continues, as our business expands,” Green says. “My years of experience with aviation regulatory authorities is a good fit here, and I am excited to be contributing to the greater success of Baker Aviation.”
After retiring from the Navy, Green began working with Recaro Aircraft Seating as a quality inspector for both new production seats and the 145 repair station. He also managed the calibration, safety and training programs. A few years later, Green joined Howell Instruments as a field engineering associate, and, while there, he earned the title of FAA Designated Manufacturing Inspection Representative. Green was also a customer liaison at Howell and coordinated the development and production of new jet engine test equipment and cockpit indicators. In 2013, after 2 years with Luminator as certification engineer and departmental manager, Green returned to Howell Instruments as ground support equipment manager to manage a large contract for a U.S. Army GSE RESET program and to work to establish a GSE depot for the JSF. He was responsible for successfully obtaining ASA-100 and AS 9110 certifications for the company.
Green earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Technical Management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and holds an FAA Airframe and Powerplant certificate as well as FAA Designated Manufacturing Inspection Representative status. He is an SAE/PAMA aviation maintenance engineer and SAE/PAMA aviation maintenance specialist.
In addition to the Baker facility’s accountable manager responsibilities, Green will also support civil, military and government safety solution initiatives regarding HOT-STOP ‘L’ fire containment kits, of which Baker Aviation is the exclusive master distributor.