Constant Aviation, a provider of maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO) and aircraft-on-ground (AOG) services, announced today that it is the Official Aircraft Maintenance andamp; AOG Support sponsor and provider for the 2021 Cleveland National Air Show at Burke Lakefront Airport (KBKL) in Cleveland on September 4-6.Constant Aviation will also provide hangar space at its Cleveland Hopkins International Airport facility (KCLE) and will provide other support for the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. The Thunderbirds are well known for their thrilling display of aerial acrobatics and demonstrate the finest aircraft in the Air Force fleet, the most advanced in the world."The Cleveland National Air Show is a Labor Day tradition that aviation geeks like my colleagues and I look forward to attending. Sponsoring the show and hosting the Thunderbirds is truly an honor," said Constant Aviation CEO David H. Davies. "Our employees are looking forward to getting together outside of work to celebrate Labor Day and aviation during the company's 15th anniversary."Constant Aviation will have a display of its own at the air show including one of its AOG service vans, which travel the country providing onsite aircraft maintenance, and a ground support equipment van featuring a Williams FJ44-3AP Engine.The company is actively recruiting for a wide range of positions including technicians with expertise in avionics, AMT, paint, wire harness and others, to join the Constant Aviation team in Cleveland and other locations. Many of the technical positions are offering $2,000 signing bonuses. Human resource professionals will be on site to answer questions from prospective employees.
In addition to the F-16 Falcons flown by the Thunderbirds, the air show will feature other outstanding military aircraft including the U.S. Air Force A-10C Thunderbolt II "Warthog"; the U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III; the Louisiana Air National Guard F-15 Eagle; and the Ohio Air National Guard C-130 Hercules. In addition, the U.S. Army's elite Golden Knights parachute team will perform, and the U.S. Coast Guard will perform a search and rescue demonstration with the HH-65C Dolphin.