Our core team of instructors bring over 100 years of aircraft maintenance experience to the classroom. Meet our instructors below.
LEE P. BOHAN
Lee holds and A & P License and FAA Private Pilot Ground School Rating. He retired from Delta Airlines in 2012 after 31 years. He retired as a 21-year Maintenance Coordinator after first working as an overhaul and Lead mechanic.
Lee is available to teach the following courses:
A300/A310, A319/A320/A321, A330/A340
B717, B727, B737, B747, B757, B767, B777, B787
DC-8, DC-9, DC10, MD80 Series, MD90 Series, MD-11
ERJ 135/145, 170/190
CRJ 200, CRJ 700
Composite, Rigging, Weight & Balance
Lee has been instructing in other fields for 15 years prior to joining AMT Inc. These include courses for the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps and as a hockey goalie coach with his own company, Atlanta Premier Goaltending. He enjoys sharing his passions with others and it shows. His students keep in touch with him and come to him with questions years after they sit in one of his classes. Lee also owns BYW Ventures, Inc. with his wife and children. Their first "venture" is ManiAXE Throwing in Macon, Georgia.
Max began his aviation career in 1987 working for International Air Leases borescoping JT-3 and JT-8 engines. In 1989, Max began working for Delta Airlines where he was able to advance his aviation career. Max started in Delta’s aircraft overhaul department and after six months transferred to Base Maintenance performing engine changes on all types of Delta aircraft and “C” checks on L-1011s, MD-11s and 767s.
In 1993 Max was promoted to Lead Mechanic supervising between 8-30 mechanics performing non-routine maintenance, engine changes, and mods to all Delta aircraft types. During this time Max taught multiple classes on a temporary basis including Policy and Procedures and Aircraft Basic Systems.
Max joined the training department in 1999 for a temporary 2-year assignment to develop a training curriculum for the 767-400 OJT. He continued his career at Delta in the Maintenance Control Dept. where he worked as a technical analyst on the 767 and 777 fleets. In 2005 he was promoted to ETOPS Maintenance Coordinator managing the daily operation of non-routine maintenance, MEL, and the ETOPS program for his assigned fleet.
Max holds an A&P license along with a B.S. degree in Professional Aeronautics-Safety from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Max retired from Delta in 2020 after 31 years of service with the airline. Max resides with his wife Kathy in Sharpsburg, Georgia. They have two grown sons who are both pilots.
PHIL C. BOHAN
Phil holds an A & P Licence, Inspector Authorization (I.A.), and Commercial & Instrument Pilot Rating. He retired from Eastern Airlines in 1991 after 35 years and was Vice President of Line Maintenance. He was a ground school instructor with Eastern Airlines for eight years and received factory training at Boeing, Douglas, Lockheed, Pratt & Whitney, Airesearch, and Sundstrand.
Phil is available to teach the following classes:
A300, A319/320/321, A330
B707, B727, B747, B757
DC-8, DC-9, MD80 Series
After retiring from Eastern, Phil was Vice President of Maintenance with Northwest Airlink (3 years), Sr. Director of Maintenance with Dalfort Aviation (3 1/2 years), Director of Maintenance with Timco (previously Aero Corp) (2 years), and General Manager with B.F. Goodrich (formerly Rohr).
Recognizing the need for quality mechanics at these types of companies, Phil opened Aircraft Maintenance, Inc. in 1998. He turned over the help to his eldest son, Lee, on January 1, 2021 but continues to work with AMT, Inc. as an instructor and consultant.
After graduating from the Purdue University Aviation Technology program in 1987, Mark spent over 33 years in the commercial aviation business with Delta Air Lines in Atlanta, GA. He began my career working Heavy Mtc Visits (D checks) and C checks on a variety of aircraft types. His work included sheet metal repair, control cable installation/rigging, component removal and installation, system check outs, engine changes and engine runs, and aircraft taxiing.
Mark then moved into the worlds of line maintenance and technical operations training. He spent over 5 years as a 757 avionics/systems/autopilot instructor and mixed in front line maintenance in ATL working gates and overnight airplane layover work packages.
From there, Mark moved into the Maintenance Coordination Center where he spent 10 years as a 757 maintenance coordinator. This position involved constant communication with AMTs and pilots working live flights, assisting with troubleshooting, parts coordination, dispatch paperwork and considerable use of the MEL while working with flight dispatchers regarding inoperative systems.
Mark's final position at Delta was as a member of the 767 Fleet Management Team. This group was a mix of engineers and AMTs who worked together to determine the most significant fleet issues in terms of costs, delays and cancellations, and develop and implement programs to address these fleet issues. He interacted on a daily basis with Delta's Operations Control Center, component shops, maintenance planning groups, line maintenance AMTs, and dozens of other Delta departments, parts vendors and FAA personnel.