Fort Lauderdale, Florida – August 25, 2022 – GA Telesis (the Company), a leader in integrated aviation services, announced the promotion of Fabian Robinson to the position of Vice President and General Manager of GA Telesis MRO Services Composite Group located in Fort Lauderdale. Robinson has an extensive career that began nearly 20 years ago as a mechanic while attending engineering school.

"I have been privileged to witness Fabian's development over the past 20 years," said Pastor Lopez, President of MRO Services. "As he applies his engineering skills coupled with his business acumen, I am confident he will positively impact the team and the business," he added.

Robinson joined the newly formed GA Telesis MRO Services Composite Group in 2017, overseeing engineering and quality. During his tenure in this position, he created processes and established procedures that improved quality while improving turn times. In addition, he worked closely with airline customers to support out-of-production aircraft and provide sound cost-saving initiatives. Prior to joining the GA Telesis team, Robinson spent 13 years at AAR Landing Gear Services and his last position was Director of Quality, where he oversaw quality control and the quality assurance department. Robinson holds a Bachelor's in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Florida International University.

The MRO Services Group was formed during the second half of 2017 to streamline the decision-making process, lean MRO operations, and create a single customer interface and quality experience among the companies in the group. The MRO Services Group strongly focuses on performance by deploying lean principles and eliminating waste from daily activities. The current OEM arrangements greatly benefit our customers and our OEM partners. GA Telesis can deliver OEM quality material at lower prices to our customers while enhancing the OEM's market channels.

The MRO Services Composite Group is a world-class facility specializing in repairing and overhauling aircraft structures and nacelles. This business is self-supported and has two autoclaves capable of handling large structural items. The newly created transmissivity test cell provides customers with sound reliable aircraft radomes.