Dallas Airmotive Names Wellington Amorim as the Regional Turbine Center Manager in Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Aug 13, 2018, 13:32 PM by User Not Found
Amorim leads the team with over 20 years in aircraft and engine maintenance, and a passion to develop the business in Latin America

Dallas Airmotive, a BBA Aviation Global Engine Services company, appointed Wellington Amorim as Manager of the Belo Horizonte Regional Turbine Center (RTC) in early 2018.

Amorim_WellingtonAmorim brings over 20 years of aircraft maintenance experience to the role. Prior to joining GES, Amorim spent five years leading support and services for Airbus Helicopters in Latin America. He also worked for 10 years as the maintenance manager for Lider Aviation, of which gave him extensive knowledge in leading a maintenance facility.

 “Throughout his career, Wellington has developed an excellent understanding of the customers, the industry, and the market demands of the region,” Jeff Turner, Vice President of Sales and Service of Dallas Airmotive said. “With his extensive knowledge of the aircraft maintenance experience, he is already a great leader to the team in Latin America.”

Amorim is committed to providing an excellent customer experience during the engine repair and maintenance process and looks forward to expanding his knowledge by providing engine maintenance solutions to new operators in his territory. For local engine support in the Latin American region, contact Wellington Amorim at or your Regional Engine Manager.

Dallas Airmotive’s RTC in Belo Horizonte, Brazil is certified by the Brazil and Argentina aviation authorities for engine repair and maintenance at the local shop as well as field service throughout the region. The Brazil RTC is the only independent engine service provider certified by Honeywell for TFE731 and HTF7000 engines and GTCP 36 APU repair and maintenance. The RTC is also OEM-approved for PT6A and JT15D repair and maintenance.

BBA Aviation’s Global Engine Services companies are backed by industry technical experts, more than 50 field service personnel, 2 overhaul facilities and 9 regional turbine centers for quick-turn services around the globe. For additional information about Dallas Airmotive’s capabilities or opportunities to join the organization, visit


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