STUTTGART, AR. August 14, 2019 -- CAVU Aerospace announced the hiring of well-respected industry veteran, William “Bull” Johnson. This recent talent announcement further confirms CAVU’s commitment to building the best and the brightest team to achieve their corporate initiatives.
With over 30 + years’ experience in the aviation & aerospace industry focused on both line and heavy aircraft maintenance, Johnson is an aviation professional with experience in air carrier, repair station and military environments on various types of rotary and fixed wing platforms.
Prior to joining CAVU, he completed twenty-two years with AAR in various positions. Most recently, he was assigned to the AAR Expeditionary Services/Airlift, a DoD-contracted Part 135 OCONUS intra-theater airlift provider. Johnson will assume the role of General Manager of CAVU Aerospace’s 145 Certificated Repair Station in Roswell, New Mexico.
“Bull is a true expert in the field of maintenance operations. His knowledge and years of expertise are just what we need to further growth our 145 capabilities. We are honored to have him on our team” said Ken Kocialski, Partner CAVU Aerospace.
About CAVU Aerospace
Founded in 2010, CAVU Aerospace Inc. is one of the world’s leading providers of asset management, disassembly & recycling services, and creator of the suite of CAVUSmartServices™ which include the patent pending CAVU SmartTags™, a secure inventory real-time tracking system, CAVUSmartMRO™, CAVUSmartBids™, and CAVUSmartLogistic™. As of today, CAVU has three fixed based disassembly locations including Stuttgart, Arkansas, Roswell, New Mexico and Victorville, California as well as mobile teams to travel to where the plane is located. CAVU Component Repair, located in Mesa, Arizona broke ground in July 2019 with an 80,000 square foot facility. CAVU Aerospace provides customized on-site and mobile part out solutions. CAVU’s consignment services support various airframe and engine models including both wide and narrow body Boeing & Airbus models, Bombardier and Embraer.