Bushliner | Aircraft Remanufacturing

Meet the Team

Francisco Guadamuz “Sisco”

Francisco J Guadamuz (aka Sisco) is a Partner/ Director of Operations at Aircraft Remanufacturing Co, Inc., where Francisco leads the company on all manufacturing of FAA related certification projects, including STC, PMA and all Lean Manufacturing and Business Practices.

Francisco served 5.5 years in the UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS as a heavy equipment operator, where he made the rank of E5/Sergeant and served in the Middle East, just after Sept 11, 2001. While serving out in the Middle East Francisco was nominated for Marine Corps heavy equipment operator of the year and was awarded the Navy Achievement Award for going above and beyond the call of duty, rescuing 2 military vehicles that were stuck in the surf on the beach and clearing a path and retrieving a fallen CH53 in the jungle of Kenya, Africa.

After Francisco’s time in the Marine Corps, Francisco became a aircraft mechanic where he spent the next 12 years working at Boeing, Aviation Technical Services, and Waypoint Aeronautical. Francisco started as a heavy structures mechanic and made his way up to master mechanic and eventually became production manager. Francisco has worked on Boeing 747, 777, 737, 767 as a mechanic building these planes brand new or repairing planes already out in the fleet. Francisco was on the EMO (Extreme Make Over) team that would replace the outer shell of fuselage on the Southwest Airlines 737 fleet.

As a production manager, Francisco managed the production of a palletized spray kit system, for a Boeing 737-400 cargo jet, used to combat oil spills overseas. This Research and Development project took 5.5 years and $13.5 million to complete, with FAA/EASA STC, and deliver to customer. The spray kit system was delivered to customer in Feb of 2018.

Please email sisco@airreman.com or go to www.bushliner.com to contact Francisco J Guadamuz (aka Sisco).

Kyle Fosso

Kyle became involved in aviation at the age of 14 when he took an intro flight where he was introduced to his mentor, Mac McGuggin. Under Mac’s guidance Kyle purchased a 170B at the young age of 15 and apprenticed with him for many years. His years with Mac working on his 170B gave him enough early experience to test out of A&P school the age of 19. He continued on restoring his airplane with Samantha, who he met in 2015, and later won a Bronze Lindy at EAA Airventure in 2017. Kyle developed a passion for modernizing legacy Cessna aircraft. He and Samantha arranged to start Bushliner Aircraft, with the focus and vision of re-releasing  the 170, 180, and 185 as equivalent to new aircraft. Sisco joined the company later in 2019 to assist with manufacturing goals and adding years of experience working on aircraft into the company. Kyle now manages the shop, quality control, answers technical questions, and initiates the STC modifications and improvements for Cessna aircraft.

Kyle is an A&P, Private pilot with tailwheel, seaplane, high performance, and complex endorsements. In his spare time he actively encourages youth to pursue aviation related goals and gives introduction flights.

Sven Lincke

Sven Lincke is an engineer, entrepreneur and pilot.

He earned his equivalent to a Bachelor of Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Rosenheim, Germany. Self-taught in sales and marketing, he added his private, instrument and seaplane pilot ratings to round out his skill set.

Taking over the responsibility for running the family building materials manufacturing business in 1995, he developed relationships across the western USA and Canada and Hawaii. In 2012, the opportunity to start a consulting business in the aviation industry presented itself, letting him sell many new aircraft to airline operators, flight schools and private individuals.

To give back to the aviation community, he served the Alaska Airmen’s Association for many years as a volunteer, then board member and ultimately as president of the board for four years.

He has flown across the entire continent of North America from the Arctic Ocean at Inuvik, NWT to the Panama Canal and from Dillingham, Alaska to Crooked Island in the Bahamas in search of adventures with friends old and new.

Next, his mission includes introducing more pilots to the highest quality general aviation aircraft available, so that they too will be able to gather priceless stories, memories and friendships as they explore our wonderful earth by airplane.

Sven lives in Anchorage, Alaska.

Phil Montano

Mechanical Designer