Pro Star Aviation Experiences Continued Growth

Pro Star Aviation Experiences Continued Growth

Pro Star Aviation Experiences Continued Growth

Pro Star Aviation, an aerospace modification center, increases its team of technicians to meet the high demand for business-aviation maintenance and installations. The company welcomes maintenance technicians Sean Bresnahan, Joseph Daley and Danielle Vezina; structural technician Andrew Hixson, and installation technician Eric Lantigua.

Bresnahan began his career in aviation as an aircraft structural mechanic in the United States Air Force. He has twenty-two years of experience in various positions, ranging from mechanical engineer to business development. He spent the last three years as a maintenance technician at American Airlines.

Vezina has twenty-five years of aviation maintenance expertise, most recently working on the Bombardier Challenger and Global aircraft, with extensive experience on Gulfstream aircraft. She served as an instructor at the National Aviation Academy and was an aircraft maintenance manager at Daniel Webster College Flight School. 

Daley served as an Air Force and Massachusetts Air National Guard A-10 fighter pilot for twenty-two years and recently completed the AMT program at the National Aviation Academy in Concord, MA. 

Hixson serves in the U.S. Navy as an aviation structural mechanic on a C130 based in Fort Dix, NJ. He achieved his bachelor of science in business at Southern New Hampshire University and has over ten years of experience in aviation.

Lantigua has provided avionics installation and troubleshooting for the past five years. Recently he served as a flight line readiness technician for Boeing, performing component installation, troubleshooting and repair. 

"The years of aviation experience and knowledge of our new hires combined with our existing technical team will strengthen the services we provide for our customers," says Sean Peterson, general manager. "Business aviation is thriving. We are in a position to ensure we can manage growth and deliver aircraft on time to get customers back in the air." 

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