For Immediate Release
(Bemidji, MN) (August 23, 2017) – AirCorps Aviation, a world leader in warbird restoration, parts
manufacturing, and aircraft maintenance, welcomed two additional full-time employees in recent
months. AirCorps employs 31 people in Bemidji, one in Seattle, WA, and one in Anoka, MN.
Jenna Palmiscno, Financial Manager, joined AirCorps after 10 years handling financials at Nortech Systems in Bemidji. Jenna has a B.S. in Accounting from Bradley University and is an active CPA certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt. She and her husband have two children and live in Bemidji. While aviation is a new industry for Jenna, she was excited by “the idea of working with people who are doing something that they feel passionate about.” General Manager Erik Hokuf noted, “Jenna has been a great enhancement to our team and will no doubt help us grow with stability for many years into the future.”
Denzil Charles, Restoration Specialist, recently relocated to Bemidji from Australia to become part of the AirCorps team. Denzil was born into aviation and enjoys spending time working on aircraft, restoring and maintaining classic cars and motorcycles, and building award-winning scale models. Regarding his new position, Denzil said “I want to be a part of a company embracing the use of modern restoration technologies and techniques, which is absolutely critical to continuing the successful and safe operation of these machines for future generations.” Denzil’s comprehensive experience with a variety of airframes allowed him to hit the ground running; according to Aircraft Maintenance Manage Tye Halvas, “I’m really impressed – he’s jumped in wherever needed and done remarkably good work.”
AirCorps Aviation is redefining the restoration, maintenance, and rebuilding of WWII & vintage aircraft to allow those built in the 20th century to fly through the 21st century.