SevenBar Aviation Adds Rotor Wing Expertise, Onboards Rotor Wing Maintenance Manager Ken Mize

February 9, 2015, Dallas, TX - Ken Mize recently joined the SevenBar Aviation team as the company’s new Rotor Wing Maintenance Manager. Mize will head up rotor wing maintenance and logistics for SevenBar’s new rotor wing business line.

Mize brings 37 years of rotor wing maintenance and management experience to the SevenBar team. Mize is coming to SevenBar from Rotorcraft Support Group (RSG), a Part 145 service and completions center for all major helicopter manufacturers in the Dallas MetroPlex. Most recently, Mize served as the Director of Maintenance at RSG.

Mize has extensive experience on Agusta, AirBus, Bell, MD and Sikorsky helicopters. He spent over 12 years in the FAR Part 135 rotor wing environment—nine years of which were in the air medical industry—and has accumulated over a decade of experience in executive-level roles, both as a Director of Quality and as a Director of Maintenance.

“We’re pleased to have Kenny join our team,” says B.J. Raysor, Senior Vice President of Operations at SevenBar. “Kenny has an impressive background in rotor wing operations, has attended nearly a dozen factory schools on different model helicopters and engines, and is an expert in helping organizations execute well and bridge the gap between ideas and results. The addition of Kenny and other recent industry recognized rotor wing professionals to the SevenBar team is evidence that while rotor wing operations may be relatively new to the company, the SevenBar team is not new to the rotor wing industry.”

About SevenBar Aviation

SevenBar Aviation offers medical flight services to a broad array of healthcare organizations throughout the nation. Committed to safety, excellence, performance and responsiveness in aviation for more than 60 years, we view each new client as an opportunity to prove once again that SevenBar Aviation is unmatched in giving our clients a competitive edge in their market. Our clients have a mission. Our job is to support it.

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