The MeierMotors Team
Nothing works without teamwork in the shop. We are very proud to work with such a team. Be there for maintenance and / or painting, restoration, sheet metal work, preparing the aircraft for our customers and support at airshows, the team is always available. High affinity for technology and of course for historic aircraft hallmarks of our employees.
In 2006 we started with two employees, the team now includes 22 people who work with high motivation and of course fun to the aircraft.
We present here in no particular order, our employees, apprentices and trainees.
Here a part of the team in front of our Focke Wulf project No2
upper row from left to right: Felix Ohlhoff, Elmar Meier (CO an technical head), Jürgen Meier (responsible for that project), Ralf our man in the paintshop, Klaus Müller
the row below : our apprentices Steffen Petersen, Sebastian Frei, Erik Meier, Jochen Schülke, Olek and the bodywork-team
The Team welcomes the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.XVI , April 2011
from left : Felix Ohlhoff, Steven Stead (new owner of the Spit), Dan Griffith (ferry pilot), Klaus Müller, Jürgen Meier, Achim Meier (CO and pilot), Erik Meier, Ralf, Jochen Schülke,
lower row from left: Julian Heinrich, Sebastian Frei und Patrick
Our employees (Fluggerätmechaniker) Jürgen Meier and Felix Ohlhoff together with our apprentice Jochen Schülke doing some work at the Spitfire main wheel
Mechanic (Fluggerätmechaniker)Olek works at the mainpanel of our TF-project
Olek, responsible for the TF-project, June 2011
Mechanik (Fluggerätmechaniker) Klaus Müller and the TF-51 project. Besides Olek, Klaus is also resposible for that big project
Klaus (right)and Olek working on the TF-project
Apprentice Julian Heinrich (3rd year) working on the Spitfire doing some wirings and changing the radiator of a Yak-3
Our apprentice Jochen Schülke with our mechanic (Fluggerätmechaniker) Felix Ohlhoff working at the mainwheel of the Spitfire project.
Apprentice Steffen Petersen and mechanic Patrick doing some maintenance jobs at the Piper Supercruiser D-EBUS
Apprentice Erik Meier in the paintshop > some work at the TF-51 wing
Apprentice Sebastian Frei works on the radiators of a Yakovlev Yak-3
Jochen Schülke and Erik Meier, two of our apprentices working on the electrical systems of our TF-51 project
Our apprentice Steffen Petersen working at Yak-3 D-FLUG
maintenance efforts on a Piper Archer II . As you can see, we are not only working on warbirds and historical planes. Patrick and Olek at work
Responsible for the training of our apprentices is Elmar Meier. Training at MeierMotors is not only hard work, its also fun. Here you can see Elmar together with Steffen on a training lesson. Trainingsubject is the retractable frontgear of a Siai Marchetti SF.260.
Marc "Leon" Mathis .... not really a team member, even figuratively. Marc is always ready to serve when we need him for test flights. Anyone who knows Marc, knows that he is both, an exceptional pilot and on the other hand just a fine person and good friend! Dear Marc, it's always wonderful to work with you, even if you have mostly a grim look .....
No, Marc does not surrender, but we had a lot of fun on Friday afternoon
Last Updated (Saturday, May 04 2013 15:35)