Eirtech Aviation Services are delighted to formally announce some significant changes in our Part 21J DOA Engineering Leadership team. Keith McKerchar (Director of Engineering) is joined by Trevor Jenkins (ex CDG Boeing) as Head of Design and Tom Malynn (ex B/E Aerospace) as Head of Airworthiness.

Bringing over thirty years of aircraft structures, cabin interiors and advanced materials engineering experience, Trevor Jenkins is a member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and a Chartered Engineer. In addition to several Head of Design and Office of Airworthiness roles in Part 21 Subpart J approved organisations, Trevor previously held roles as Technical Director with B/E Aerospace, Engineering Director with PremiAir and more recently Integration Engineering Manager for CDG Boeing.

Tom Malynn joins Eirtech with over 30 year’s aerospace experience. Previous roles have included research and development on navigation systems before entering the Cabin Interiors Sector where he worked on a variety of products/projects including aircraft STC programmes. In the last 18 years Tom been in a senior technical positions encompassing stress, cabin systems and airworthiness.

In addition, John Mulvaney has recently joined Eirtech Aviation Services having spent over 19 years with SR Technics, John brings with a wealth of experience in both design and embodiment of aircraft changes to the Eirtech engineering team.

David Kerr (Deputy CEO) commented that “we are very pleased to be continually expanding our capabilities and experience of our ever-growing DOA teams at all levels and geographic regions. From our graduate recruitment program right through to our new senior appointments. The scale and complexity of jobs from narrow to wide body aircraft we have completed this year has been fantastic.”

Our Singapore office has also expanded with the addition of Valerie Lin and Pallaniyappan Soma Arunachalam with more engineers joining in 2019.

Eamonn McAuley is moving on from Eirtech Aviation Services to pursue other interests. We would like to thank Eamonn for his valuable contribution to the business since joining in February 2017. We know you will join us in wishing nothing for the best for Eamonn in his future career and we look forward to crossing paths with him in the aviation sector in the years to come.

The growing Eirtech engineering team now totals 27 design engineers including 7 CVE’s and we expect to add to our CVE team in 2019, covering all engineering disciplines; cabin safety, structures and avionics. The team coverage now extends to Shannon, Dublin, Belfast and Singapore offices.

An ongoing recruitment programme in in place to continue to develop the engineering team to meet our customers growing demands in 2019 and beyond.