GA Telesis names president of component and composite repair divisions

Aviation company GA Telesis has announced the appointment of Pastor Lopez as the President of its Component Repair Group SE (CRGSE) systems MRO and its Composite Repair Group (CRG) aerostructures MRO divisions, the company said.

Pastor will grow the division revenues over the next five years by making significant technology enhancements, additions to the business units´ repair capabilities, building new greenfield MRO businesses and via acquisitions.

Prior to joining GA Telesis, Lopez served as CEO of PEMCO. He has held key leadership positions in the MRO sector for AAR Aircraft Component and AAR Landing Gears where he had oversight of their Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur, Miami and New York business units.

GA Telesis Component Repair Group Southeast is an FAA/EASA/CAAC approved component MRO located at Miami International airport. With capabilities to repair and overhaul aircraft systems containing, hydraulics, pneumatics, electro-mechanical, servo, power and actuation, the company serves over 500 airline customers, OEMS, and MROs with integrated solutions which also include one of the world´s largest Rotable inventories held by an MRO.

GA Telesis Composite Repair Group is an FAA/EASA approved facility located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, that specializes in aerostructure and nacelle system repair and overhaul. CRG has the capability to perform complex repairs and overhauls on all structural and composite components for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft.