Meet Our Technicians
As the Director of Maintenance for ATS since 2008 Daryl has been conducting and managing all of the activities that enable ATS aircraft to safely fly nearly 4000 hours each year. During that time he also supervised the completion of his second aircraft restoration on NC81945, our Aeronca Champ. His experience not only as an Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic with Inspector Authorization but also as a Commercial Pilot and experienced Flight Instructor gives him a unique perspective on keeping aircraft airworthy. Beyond his aviation experience Daryl is also committed to the training and development of the people around him. His life experiences include studies at School of Missionary Aviation Technology and Moody Bible Institute as well as involvement with numerous service organizations. Most recently he led a team to Kenai, Alaska in support of Arctic Barnabas Ministries. Daryl’s desire to serve others combined with his integrity and mechanical ability make it a joy to have him on the team at ATS.
My name is Michael Reginella. Being around car restoration all my life lead me to my career as an aviation technician. With four years of schooling including a bachelor degree at Pennsylvania College of Technology, I have been provided a base of technical knowledge in order to repair integrated mechanical and electronic systems. I was given an opportunity to work along side of Daryl and Rob back in 2013 as an intern. In May of 2015 I became apart of the Aero Tech family as a full time employee stretching my knowledge into the PC-12 world. I’m happy to be apart of a company that I can call my second family.
As a kid I spent most of my spare time on anything mechanical. From go-karts to muscle cars, wrenching was my life. I worked as a service technician in the refrigeration industry for several years before learning to fly right here at ATS. I received my Airframe & Powerplant certificate at the School of Missionary Aviation Technology(SMAT). Flying and maintaining airplanes is something I truly find fulfillment in. In the near future I will be flying for Wycliffe Bible Translators in Papua New Guinea where my flights will support the work of missionaries. Operating in very remote areas, it is important that missionary pilots are skillful airmen as well as mechanics. Working in the maintenance department at Aero-Tech Services gives me an opportunity to advance my skills. I am enjoy working with this great team and take pride in the professional workmanship we provide.
My name is Ethan Moyer. Growing up in Lancaster County, I curiously wondered how airplanes worked as they flew overhead. After obtaining my A & P in Michigan in 2013, I returned to Lancaster to work at Aero-Tech Services, Inc. I appreciate the opportunity I have to work at a growing company as a mechanic. Currently, I help maintain a variety of aircraft including turboprops and a helicopter. I am amazed at the many opportunities aviation has to offer and helping people achieve their goals is rewarding.
Hi, I’m Rob. I experienced the wonder of flight at a young age when I went for my first airplane ride and from then on I knew I wanted to be involved in aviation. In 1993 I started working as an A&P mechanic, later in the 90’s I finished a college degree in aviation. Since 2000 I have been working in the Lancaster area as an aircraft mechanic. In 2013 I was happy to join the Aero-Tech team. I strive to maintain aircraft to a high level of safety while treating our customers the way I would like to be treated. I have a commercial pilot license and an Airframe and Power plant mechanic license with Inspection Authorization.