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DYNAIR TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL INC. FORMED; RUNNETTE NAMED PRESIDENT

 DYNAIR TECHNOLOGIES INTERNATIONAL INC. FORMED;
 RUNNETTE NAMED PRESIDENT
 RESTON, Va., July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- DynAir, a unit of DynCorp, announced the formation of DynAir Technologies International Inc. The new subsidiary will offer customized technical and professional assistance to airlines, aircraft lessors and manufacturers, corporate aircraft operators, airport operators and financial institutions.
 Based in Reston, DynAir Technologies International will draw on the extensive experience and capabilities of DynAir and its parent, DynCorp, and will build its product line to meet the needs of the changing international aviation industry. Initially, the unit will offer asset management, technical audits and feasibility studies, aircraft valuations and condition monitoring, facility planning, aeronautical engineering services, environmental audits and appraisals, and security services.
 Heading the organization as president is C.W. "Pete" Runnette, who brings with him more than 30 years of international aviation experience. Runnette's most recent position was vice president of Continental Airlines' International Division, with responsibility for development and profitability of international routes and services. Previously, Runnette served with Pan American World Airways in a number of key management positions from 1966 to 1987, beginning in the operations department and culminating as senior vice president of marketing. Runnette is a former Naval Aviator and holds a B.S. from Yale University and a law degree from the University of California at Berkeley.
 "We are very pleased to launch DynAir Technologies International," said DynAir President Dick Webb. "With the full support of our parent company DynCorp, and with Pete's able direction, we intend to provide the widest range of services and professional support to clients, both domestic and international. In a very real sense, this 'closes the circle' for DynAir and enables it to offer truly total aviation service," Webb added.
 DynAir is one of the largest independent aviation support organizations in the United States. With more than 4,400 employees at 60 airports, DynAir provides aircraft maintenance and modification; ramp, passenger and cargo handling services; into-plane fueling and facility management; and avionics retrofit, installation, and repair. Its parent company, DynCorp, is a professional and technical services firm headquartered near Dulles International Airport. With 1991 revenues of more than $800 million and 18,000 employees in three operating groups, DynCorp is one of the five largest employee-owned corporations in the United States, and the 38th largest defense contractor.
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 /CONTACT: David Gaier, marketing analyst, DynAir, 703-264-9501/ CO: DynAir Technologies International Inc.; DynCorp ST: Virginia IN: AIR SU: PER


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