Avmax's Jacksonville MRO has been awarded FAA's Diamond AMT Employer Award! This is the highest award given to aviation organizations that employ FAA certified mechanics, repairmen, and non-certified maintenance personnel. This award recognizes the dedication to safety and training that Avmax is committed to.
See you at PBExpo! Booth 431 May 16 - 17, 2018 at Greater Broward Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
See you at the Bombardier All Operators Conference. Booth 802
Come by and see us at Aviation Africa, Booth 6C April 17 - 18, 2018 in Cairo, Egypt Come by and see us at ARAMC (AME Atlantic), Booth 12 April 18 - 20, 2018 in Halifax, NS
See you at MRO Americas 2018! Booth 2088.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Avmax Looking to Hire Over 50 New Employees Calgary, Alberta and Great Falls, Montana (November 28, 2017) — Avmax is happy to announce that they are looking for over 50 new employees to help backfill current MRO lines as well as startup 2 new MRO lines. Avmax’s Aircraft Leasing Division has purchased [...]
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Avmax's experience in freighter conversions has allowed us to help with Aircraft Commerce's April/May 2017 article about "Cherry picking CRJ100s/200s for P-to-F conversion" The CRJ100/200 series is the only RJ type with active passenger-to-freighter conversion options. Key P-to-F feed-stock selection criteria for these aircraft are considered here. Operators should prioritize age and accumulated flight cycles. [...]