Meridian Jet Center wins two awards
Meridian Jet Center was presented with two aviation achievement awards at the monthly Professional
Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) meeting. The two awards, the Carl Krajewski Award, and
the Maintenance Department of the Year Award were presented by Teterboro
Chapter President, Ed Furst, Jr.
First, the Carl Krajewski
Award was presented to Robert “Bob” Kennedy.
This award is given to an individual who has gone above and beyond in
supporting the Teterboro PAMA Chapter and TEB Airport Community. Mr. Kennedy has been involved with aircraft
maintenance for the past 45 years, including the last 5 years with Meridian as a
Kennedy said “I am honored
to receive the Carl Krajewski Award. He
was a personal friend of mine who worked with me in the same hangar and
operated the same aircraft. The fact
that I knew Carl makes this award even more special.”
The second award was
presented to Meridian
for Maintenance Department of the Year.
The annual award is presented to the Maintenance Department that has
gone above and beyond in its support of the TEB PAMA Chapter and the TEB
Aviation Community throughout the year.
Langschultz, vice president of the Meridian
received the award on behalf of Meridian. Langschultz said, “Being part
of the Teterboro PAMA Chapter since its beginning in 1987 has been a great
experience. I have met many great people
and “legends” in the industry. I am
proud of the accomplishments that have come from our PAMA chapter, including
the Charles Taylor and AMT awards. Meridian is proud to
support this important organization and its mission.”