Myrna has joined Sheffield Aerospace’s PMA/OOPP program as Vice President Latin America PMA/OOPP Program supporting Latin American customers. Myrna obtained her Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from the University of Phoenix and her Bachelor’s in Applied Physics with 2 minors, Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Psychology, from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Myrna worked for Delta Air Lines as an engineering contractor/consultant providing Operational Support and Cabin Maintenance Project support to improve the customer experience. She helped optimize the Owner Operator Produced Parts (OOPP) process while leading the beta testing program for new Marketing and Executive initiatives, and prototype program to capture new OOPP’s reliability data. She worked on multiple aircraft modifications to improve the customer’s cabin experience and the reliability of the overall operation of the aircrafts. She also worked on the new Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) program for all emergency equipment and life-limited parts capturing the manufacturer’s part number, serial number, and expiration date of these parts installed in the entire Delta Air Lines fleet, new aircrafts, and those aircrafts under modification.
In her new role at Sheffield Aerospace, Myrna will provide support to Sheffield Aerospace Latin America customers for PMA approvals and implementing the OOPP process while approving new OOPP. Myrna’s experience, background, and domain of Spanish will propel Sheffield’s growth in the Latin American countries.
Sheffield Aerospace is very pleased to announce and welcome Teddy Gil, a 31-year aerospace industry veteran, as SVP Engineering, Product Design & Process Improvement. This is a new position within the company where Teddy will focus on Owner Operator Produced Parts (OOPP’s) and Process Improvements for our company’s growing client base.
Sheffield Aerospace is pleased to announce and welcome Phillip Cheng as Manager and Principle Electrical Engineer. Phillip will join Sheffield Aerospace’s Owner Operator Produced Parts (OOPP) group. As principal engineer on this team, Phillip will focus on resolving operator pain points such as lead times, part cost, and part reliability.
Better durability, cost, weight savings, power
consumption, and color quality support the business
case for upgrading aircraft with LED lighting.
Paul Seidenman, David Spanovich | Oct 24, 2018
Owner-operator-produced parts are almost a DIY approach for airlines to get quality parts faster and cheaper.
As airlines grapple with parts availability and costs, some are taking remedial action through owner-operator-produced parts (OOPP)—also known as owner- produced parts (OPP).
Sheffield Aerospace enters into a comprehensive, multi-year agreement with American Airlines to provide turnkey support for the airline’s alternate materials strategy, using an on-site team based at the airline’s Tulsa Maintenance Base.
In the American Airlines / US Airways merger and integration, a thorough best-practices analysis concludes with the recommendation that the “legacy American Airlines process”, as stewarded by Sheffield Aerospace, would be adopted as the go-forward process for the integrated airline’s alternate parts program.