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Jordan joins First to manage AeTR
Steven Jordan's strong background in complex aerospace component MRO blends perfectly with AeTR's broad product range and goals for continuous improvement.
AeTR vice president and general manager Steven Jordan.

First Aviation Services has appointed Steven Jordan to the position of vice president and general manager of its business aviation component MRO subsidiary Aerospace Turbine Rotables.

Jordan brings a wealth of aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul experience with a history of proven leadership and continuous improvement. Over his career he has held positions of increasing responsibility at Triumph Accessory Services and Nordam. He is a graduate of Northeastern State University with a bachelor's degree in industrial technology.

COO Paul Bolton says: “We are excited to welcome Steven on board. His strong background in complex aerospace component MRO blends perfectly with AeTR's broad product range and goals for continuous improvement. We view Steven as an excellent leader for an already outstanding team."

Jordan adds: “I am excited to be joining the Aerospace Turbine Rotables team as vice president and general manager, and being part of the First Aviation Services family. The recruitment process has proven First Aviation's commitment to excellence at AeTR and its passion for continuous improvement.”

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