Shown by the number one engine of the Boeing 737-200 N205AU at the George T. Baker Aviation School of Miami, Florida is 94th ACG Founder and CEO Benny F. Benitez with Mr. Basilio Sanchez and Mrs. Enilda Sanchez visiting from Venezuela discussing the benefit of having such an aircraft for training purpose for newly trained and licensed industry Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMT's)
The basic of what an "Quick Engine Change" (QEC) is all about and how its removal and re-installation adds to the benefit of training to future Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMT's) at the school and enforces good maintenance practices such as safety wiring
The visiting guest show at the School general aviation / aircraft maintenance yard
Poised for a photo along side the N205AU, the Boeing 737-200 which the 94th ACG organized its donation to the School with the help of many as a few of the proud names are shown on the fuselage
Shown is Benny presenting some of the great an creative work done by the highly motivated students at the School. A JT8D engine stator section is utilized as the circular frame of creative display table
Miami, Florida 17th October 2014: Recognized as a world class aviation consultant organization with a strong, professional presence within the Latin American aviation market, the 94th AeroClaims-Aviation Consultant Group (94th ACG) are often sort after by aviation investors, idealist and business developers for guidance, such is the case with Mr. Basilio Sanchez who owns and operates an aviation technical school in Venezuela.
Via a member company and allied of the (94th ACG) known as Mach One Aviation Services who are the group main FAA regulatory specialist under the tutelage of Mr. Jimmy Perez was instrumental in channeling Mr. Sanchez to the (94th ACG) for advisement on the finer details concerning a FAA, FAR-147 aviation school. Mr. Sanchez and his Wife Enilda were given a full tour of the George T. Baker Aviation School with personal meeting with various members of staff.
We have laid the ground works for a possible 2015 project to advise and assist Mr. Sanchez as to how to export the qualities of a U.S. based FAR-147 school qualities to his institution in Venezuela. We thank Mach One for their professionalism in assisting us to reach out to Mr. Sanchez.