Waterford Township’s Corporate Eagle Vice President Receives Award from the National Air Transportation Association


George Terry

Photo courtesy of Corporate Eagle

Waterford Township-based Corporate Eagle has announced that George Terry, vice president of maintenance operations, has received the General Aviation Service Technician Award from the National Air Transportation Association (NATA).

“Corporate Eagle is proud to attract, recruit, and retain top industry talent,” says Rick Nini, president and CEO of Corporate Eagle. “George, along with the entire leadership team, has been with Corporate Eagle for more than 18 years. We are grateful for the hard work, dedication, and team mentoring George displays every day, and congratulate him on this prestigious accomplishment and well-deserved recognition.”

Each year, NATA recognizes the achievements of individuals and organizations that help the aviation community thrive. The NATA General Aviation Service Technician Award acknowledges the performance of a licensed airframe and powerplant mechanic or radio repairperson who has practiced the craft for at least 20 years.

Terry has nearly 30 years of experience in the industry and leads the maintenance operations team at Corporate Eagle.

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