HAMILTON-BASED PACIFIC AEROSPACE RECOGNISED AT INDUSTRY AWARDS
01 Jul 2016

Damian Camp is the chief executive of Pacific Aerospace, Hamilton.

Pacific Aerospace chief executive Damian Camp says it was an honour to be recongnised by the industry.

Hamilton plane maker Pacific Aerospace has been named the top aviation company in New Zealand. 

The company won the Aviation Company of the Year Award at the Aviation NZ Gala Dinner in Wellington on Tuesday.

The award recognises the contribution a company has made to the development of the aviation industry in New Zealand. 

Pacific Aerospace is more than 60 years old, employs nearly 130 workers and has manufactured more than 600 aircraft.

The company designs and manufactures tough, reliable and easy to maintain light aircraft.

Aviation NZ chief executive John Nicholson said Pacific Aerospace has been a key player in the development and growth of the aviation industry in New Zealand.

The company is a significant exporter with a number of long term contracts in place, he said.

Pacific Aerospace chief executive Damian Camp said it was an honour to be recognised by the industry.

The Richard Pearse Award, which recognises technical innovation, a positive market response, and with substantial development occurring in New Zealand, was awarded to Flightcell International in Nelson for its all-in-one solution for global voice, data, messaging and flight tracking.

Source: Stuff

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