CAL technicians upgrade qualifications

Cayman Airways’ Aircraft maintenance technicians Sidney Miller and William ‘Bill’ Jackson, recently earned qualification upgrades.

Maintenance team

Cayman Airways CEO Designate Olson Anderson, second from right, congratulates members of the maintenance team on two certification upgrades. Pictured, from left, are Fabian Whorms, VP maintenance and engineering; Sidney Miller, certifying technician 1; Edward Campbell, production manager; Bill Jackson, certifying technician 1; Mr. Anderson; and Tom Saldeba, quality assurance manager.
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The qualification advancements were to Certifying Technician Level 1 on the Boeing 737-300.

In February 2008, Mr. Miller and Mr. Jackson obtained their FAA Aircraft Maintenance Technician’s licenses and since that time have been working toward their Level 1 Release to Service rating on Boeing 737-300, said a press release.

VP Maintenance for Cayman Airways Fabian Whorms explained that the process of upgrading to Certifying Technician Level 1 involves completing training and examinations on the Boeing 737-300 aircraft, which covers technical, procedural and practical elements.

Cayman Airways CEO Designate Olson Anderson commented: ‘Cayman Airways is extremely proud of Sidney and Bill, and on behalf of the Board of Directors, management and staff, I wish them continued success as they work toward their Certifying Technician Level 2 rating in 2009.’