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December 16, 2021

Metro Aviation is congratulating Jay Thanabalasundrum on his new role as Avionics Manager at Metro Aviation.  Jay has been serving as the interim Avionics Manager since January but began his Metro career 23 years ago as an avionics installer.

“Jay is extremely technical and hard-working.  He is driven and dedicated to getting the job done and doing it correctly,” said Part 145 Director of Maintenance Shawn Bruton.  “He spends countless hours on the phone providing technical support for our Part 135 team in the field, and we’re proud to have him as our Avionics Shop Manager.”

Metro Aviation’s completion center and repair station delivers an average of 35 aircraft annually.

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Metro Aviation is constantly growing our capabilities and expanding our reach. Metro holds more than 30 Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) and completes about 35 aircraft each year for U.S. customers and global clients.