Following the completion of the public vote on March 31, the four companies which received the most votes in each category have been shortlisted and passed on to our panel of expert judges for final assessment.
Announced yesterday (April 7), the shortlist includes: AAR, FL Technics, GAMECO and JorAMCo, which are competing to win the coveted Best Airframe MRO award, and Delta TechOps, South African Airways Technical, Storm Aviation and STS Line Maintenance which are in the running for Best Line Maintenance Provider.
Meanwhile, Airbus, Boeing, GE Aviation and Rolls-Royce are shortlisted as Best OEM for Aftermarket Support and Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance, AJW Technique, Delta TechOps and ST Aerospace are up for Best Component MRO.
The submissions from each of the shortlisted companies are now being assessed by the awards’ judging panel, which this year includes Mike Arata, managing director engineering at United Airlines; Gerry Kenneally, chief technical officer at BOC Aviation; and Phil Seymour, president and COO at IBA.
The awards will be presented to the worthy winners at black tie ceremony at the Royal Garden Hotel in London on May 27. To read the full shortlist for this year’s awards or to book your ticket visit: www.atemawards.com.