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Gregory Pierce, launched Pierce Aviation Services in 2005, utilizing 38 years pf experience in aircraft flight operations, manufacturing, maintenance, modification and repair to provide consulting services to the aviation industry, primarily in the technical, operations and maintenance arenas including; FAA Regulatory Compliance, FAA Liaison, Aircraft Recovery/Surveys, Physical Inspections, Aircraft Records Review and MRO Maintenance Production Representation.
Greg’s vast aviation experience includes working for one large aircraft manufacturer, two Part 121 major airlines, senior management positions of two large Part 145 repair stations, senior management positions of two Part 135 aircraft charter companies along with Military and US Forest Service as an Aerial Firefighter. His aircraft maintenance background is supplemented with a parallel flight operations experience that includes over 17,000 flight hours as a Professional Flight Engineer with Reciprocating, Turbo-Propeller and Turbo-Jet Ratings.
With Greg’s experience in airline operational management, aircraft maintenance management, Airframe and Engine Records compliance knowledge, MRO/Heavy Maintenance Technical Support and Auditing, he is now available to assist clients in enhancing and optimizing their aviation business potential and asset management. Since launching Pierce Aviation Services LLC, Greg has successfully completed a variety of aviation consulting projects, MRO Representation, Physical Inspections and audits on a global platform, including regions such as the United States, Australia, Central America, Far East, and Europe.
An aircraft or engine is a major investment whether it is a single aircraft or an airline fleet, the operational and maintenance costs are always an area of concern and focus, no matter who the owner is. Greg works directly with all levels, from the mechanics to senior management, to ensure each project is completed on time and within budget.
With the enhanced oversight of aircraft records documentation and adherence to manufacturer’s approved maintenance programs, Pierce Aviation Services provides and in-depth review of all compliance documentation. This can save money upfront and save future regulatory fines. Today’s airlines operate by their own regulatory approved maintenance program. No two airlines document or perform maintenance the same way. It takes an experienced and knowledgeable person to review all the maintenance documentation and be able to “Bridge” the previous operator’s maintenance program into the new operator’s maintenance program. Pierce Aviation Service excels in Providing this type of oversight and compliance requirements.