Jason Kendall, Person Responsible for Maintenance (PRM)
Jason Kendall joined Keewatin Air in 2010 as an AME and became the DOM/PRM in January of 2013 after successfully passing the Transport Canada interview.
Jason started his career in 2000 working in the rotary wing field throughout Manitoba and Nunavut. Jason graduated from Stevenson Aviation in Southport, MB in 2004 and in 2005 moved into the fixed wing field where he has enjoyed the challenges and gratification of working in the air ambulance division.
Jason has over 15 years of experience as an aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) with substantial experience in remote operations. His experience maintaining aircraft in remote areas has given him exceptional skills with contingency planning and scheduling of maintenance events to optimize reliability facing the challenges of maintaining aircraft in remote areas, with long distance support.
Over the years he has gained experience maintaining fixed wing aircraft Twin Otters, Pilatus PC12, King Airs and Learjets. Jason maintains maintenance control over Keewatin Air’s 4 bases and is responsible for 27 employees; 6 apprentices, 15 AME’s (including 4 Production Managers), 2 parts personnel, 3 within the Q.A department and 1 Maintenance Manager.
Dallas Radcliffe joined Keewatin Air LP in 2007 as an AME and became the QA Manager in June of 2013 after successfully passing the Transport Canada interview.
Dallas started his career in 1999 working in the fixed wing field throughout Manitoba. Dallas graduated from Stevenson Aviation in Southport, MB in 2001 and in 2002 successfully acquired his aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) license. From 2004 to 2006 Dallas worked in Africa as a contract AME working on King Air 200’s and 1900C/D’s. These contracts were for the United Nations, which allowed Dallas to see several parts of Africa and gain experience in overseas operations.
Dallas has over 18 years of experience as an aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) with experience in remote and overseas operations. His experience in maintaining aircraft over the years with different operations has given him the skills to maintain control of the QA system throughout Keewatin Air LP’s eight bases.
Over the years he has gained experience on the current fleet of aircraft, Pilatus PC12/45, King Air 200’s and Citation 560 series. Dallas maintains control over Keewatin Air’s QA System, which he is responsible for the Maintenance QA, Flight Operations QA and SMS Systems.