Alexandria, VA (September 30, 2015) — PAMA, the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association, announced two new board members: Salvatore Agosta and William Johnston.
Salvatore Agosta is the Maintenance Manager and Crew Chief at Jet Aviation in Teterboro, NJ. Prior to that he was the Manager of Aviation Maintenance for AT&T Aviation Division. He is a returning PAMA board member and has served on several O.E.M. Customer Advisory Boards and the FlightSafety Customer Advisory Board for Dassault Aircraft.
William Johnston has over 35 years of aircraft maintenance and modification experience. He holds a A&P License with Inspection Authorization. He is currently president of V-Log, LLC. Bill was the Manager of Aircraft Maintenance and Modification & Quality Manager for Raytheon Flight Test for 34 years. His experience included responsibility of maintenance and certification of hybrid modifications outside normal type certification of corporate and transport category aircraft. He was also responsible for multiple FAA Repair Station Stations that were FAA, DCMA and AS9100 certificated. Bill was the President of the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association from 1986 to 1990, he also served in many other PAMA Board of Directors positions. He also was the Western regional Representative from 1979 through 1986 when he was responsible for establishing multiple PAMA Chapters on the West Coast. During his time on the National Board he held the position as Convention Chairmen multiple times, for the following locations Anahiem, CA, Nashville TN, Los Angeles, CA. He is currently the Vice President of the SoCal Chapter of PAMA.