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Tue, Nov 28, 2006

Aircraft Repair Expert Joins SOAR As Managing Director

Jim Jijawi Comes From Boeing Commercial Airplanes Group

Source One Aircraft Repair (SOAR), a commercial AOG (aircraft-on-ground) major field repair provider has appointed Jim H. Jijawi as Managing Director... a sign the uniquely designed company has grabbed the attention of industry experts, according to SOAR personnel.

"Jim is recognized worldwide for his outstanding achievement and contribution to the aviation industry," said Chris Merry, General Manager. "With SOAR Jim has the opportunity to aid the aviation industry by providing an innovative and cost effective commercial repair alternative."

Prior to SOAR, Jijawi worked at Boeing Commercial Airplane Group for over 28 years in several capacities including Director of Maintenance and Modification Services. He managed a multi-million dollar business for the Boeing and served as Director of the world-renowned Recovery and Modification Services organization (RAMS). Jijawi’s span of responsibility included AOG, maintenance, modification and passenger-to-freighter conversion.

"SOAR’s partnership with Jim is a significant step to building client confidence and providing the industry with the highest quality service," said Merry.

Source One Aircraft Repair is a global support company that provides field repair services, modification and damage evaluation for commercial aircraft incidents.

Core services include expert aircraft incident recovery anywhere in the world, responsive and costefficient incident repair 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and inspections including damage evaluation, insurance claims assistance, hull surveys and valuations with a response time between 24 to 48 hours of a request.



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