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Sat, Jan 07, 2006

Dallas Airmotive Names Appointments To Rolls-Royce Programs

New Year Brings New Jobs For Three

Dallas Airmotive has announced three new appointments to the company's Rolls Royce engine programs.

Max Allen has been named Program Director, Rolls-Royce at the company’s Forest Park facility in Dallas, TX. Allen will be responsible for day-to-day management of Rolls-Royce engine programs including planning, administration and overall profit and loss. Dallas Airmotive Forest Park is a Rolls-Royce authorized repair and overhaul service facility for the Spey and Tay.

Allen joined Dallas Airmotive in 2004 as Director Engine Operations at the Forest Park facility. He has considerable experience in the aviation industry most recently with General Electric’s aircraft engine overhaul facility at Dallas Love Field where he served as Manager of Quality and Engineering and as Interim Plant Manager.

Allen is certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt.

Steve Lunde has been appointed Rolls-Royce Regional Engine Manager for the Western United States. Lunde will be responsible for sales to Rolls-Royce Spey and Tay operators of Gulfstream aircraft. In addition, Lunde will handle sales for Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306A engines used on the Gulfstream G200, and Honeywell 36 series APUs.

Lunde has more than 20 years of industry experience in sales and maintenance including work for Gulfstream Aerospace Long Beach and the Jet Center, Van Nuys. He most recently worked for Garrett Aviation at Los Angeles International Airport as a regional sales manager. Lunde holds an FAA Airframe & Powerplant license and a Private Pilot license. He is certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt.

Lunde will be based in California, according to the company, and will service the Western US.

Jim Zarvos has been named director of Sales for Rolls-Royce Engine Programs. Zarvos will be responsible for all Dallas Airmotive sales efforts to North American operators of Rolls-Royce Spey and Tay engines including Business and General Aviation, Government/Military and Commercial Airline markets. Zarvos will also direct sales for the PW306A engine used on the Gulfstream G200. In addition to Spey, Tay and PW306A powered jets, Zarvos will manage sales for APUs associated with these aircraft.

Prior to this promotion, Zarvos had been serving as Program Director Rolls-Royce at Dallas Airmotive’s Forest Park facility in Dallas, TX. He has more than 21 years experience in the aviation industry including work in program management, customer service, sales, and executive management for leading aviation companies including Aviall, Midcoast Aviation and Elliott Aviation. Zarvos joined Dallas Airmotive in 2003 as Director of Customer Service.

Zarvos will be based at Dallas Airmotive’s Grapevine, TX headquarters facility.

FMI: www.dallasairmotive.com

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