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Western's new hire Edick will push Pilatus
Shannon Edick joined Western Aircraft in 2015. She has served in various roles from a work order coordinator and planner to an MRO quoter and now as the company's Pilatus maintenance regional sales manager.
Shannon Edick.

Western Aircraft, an FAA certified aircraft repair station and FBO based in Boise, Idaho, has added Shannon Edick as regional sales manager for Pilatus Aircraft maintenance sales. Jay Reeder, who formerly served in this role, has moved to regional sales manager for King Air aircraft and Pilatus turboprop fleet operators.

Edick joined Western Aircraft in 2015. She has served in various roles from a work order coordinator and planner to an MRO quoter and now as the company's newly promoted Pilatus maintenance regional sales manager. Prior to joining Western Aircraft in 2015, she served in an accounts payable specialist position for XTRA Airways.

In her new role with the Western Aircraft MRO sales team, she will work with PC-12 and PC-24 owners and operators and is responsible for maintenance sales on Pilatus aircraft. Western Aircraft is a factory authorised service centre for the Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24.

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