dedicated to job safety and performance

Aero Tech employs the best – highly trained and experienced pilots, mechanics and support personnel. With thousands of hours logged by our pilots in the AT-802 alone, Aero Tech has the flying expertise for all types of weather and terrain. Our pilots are FAA-certified, instrument rated, OAS-carded, and hold commercial pesticide applicators’ licenses and numerous certifications for agricultural operations and chemical applications. They perform consistently with unparalleled professionalism, competence and enthusiasm.

CrewOur pilots are backed by an outstanding ground crew, trained to support Aero Tech’s highly efficient aerial dispersal programs. The ground crew provides expertise for logistical coordination, rapid-fire loading operations, refueling, GPS data analysis, record keeping, and the handling of hazardous materials. Support personnel are trained and certified in hazardous material handling to protect themselves, the public and the environment.

Aero Tech’s chief mechanic, an FAA-certified Inspector of Aircraft, works with our service technicians to keep our aircraft in peak operating condition. Scheduled maintenance, repairs, and FAA-required inspections are performed regularly, and preventive maintenance is conducted on a more rigorous schedule than the FAA or manufacturers require. Our staff regularly attends Pratt & Whitney and Air Tractor training programs and flight safety training for Bell helicopters.

Ted Stallings, President of Aero Tech Inc.

Ted Stallings, President of Aero Tech Inc., is a commercial-rated fixed-wing and helicopter pilot with a lifetime of flying experience.

Cameron Stallings, Vice-President

Cameron Stallings, Chief Pilot, holds a CFI CFII MEI in rotor and fixed-wing aircraft.