Salt Lake City, Utah (August 11, 2016) – Keystone Aviation, a TAC Air Company, has announced the newest addition to their maintenance team, Bruce Tanis. Bruce will serve as the service manager for Keystone Aviation’s piston maintenance department in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Bruce grew up around aviation. His father, who invented the Tanis Engine heater, was an A&P mechanic, a flight instructor, a corporate pilot and owned several FBOs. Following in his father’s footsteps, Bruce studied to become an aircraft mechanic. For over 25 years, Bruce has refined his maintenance skills, including receiving his FAA inspection authority in 1993. Not only does Bruce have extensive aircraft knowledge, but he also holds a current pilot’s license.
“A service manager with the experience of Bruce Tanis is an important part of ensuring we can meet the growing demand for our maintenance services,” said Shawn Miller, Keystone Aviation’s General Manager of Aircraft Maintenance.
As one of the few FAA Certified Class IV Repair Stations in the Intermountain West, Keystone Aviation is capable of repairing and maintaining any fixed wing aircraft. Keystone Aviation’s experienced and dedicated maintenance department has factory trained technicians for Gulfstream, Hawker, Falcon, Citation, Bombardier, TBM, Piper, Cirrus, King Air, Pratt & Whitney, Honeywell and Rolls-Royce.
A TAC Air Company, Keystone Aviation offers “The Complete Solution” of charter, maintenance, management and sales & brokerage aviation services. For over 20 years, Keystone Aviation has been an industry leader in safety and innovation. In addition to Keystone Aviation’s proprietary safety management system (SMS), audits by third-party industry examiners including Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) and Wyvern are continually performed.