Anthony Arispe began his training in General Aviation under the tutor of 4 mechanics with over 100 years of combined experience. After receiving his A&P, he went on to continue his training under a Certified Repair Station providing avionics installation. Because of Anthony's training & expertise, he was soon invited to join a team with the Department of Defense to maintain & service aircraft for the Army, Marines & Airforce both overseas & across the US. After acquiring his IA, Anthony made the decision to return to the Dallas metroplex, start a family, & pursue his lifelong dream of creating a General Aviation Installation & Repair Service Center.
When he's not in the shop, Anthony spends his time running, cycling, or camping with his wife & 2 young daughters.
manager & marketing director
Jamie Arispe began her career in aviation by supporting Anthony's decision to travel with the Department of Defense, though it wasn't long before aviation became as much a part of her life as it was Anthony's. Jamie is currently pursuing her private pilot's licensed & is proud to raise her 2 beautiful daughters in an aviation environment. With a decade's worth of experience in banking, finance & lending, she has been the key member to Airspeed & Attitude's success through marketing, management, & accounting. Jamie has continued her training in aviation to provide clients with the knowledge and information on the latest technology for your legacy aircraft.
When she's not managing the business, Jamie enjoys running, cycling, and escaping to the beach with her family to catch some surf.
Avionics technician intern
Stefani Lazcano's interest in aviation was sparked by her father. As a native Texan, she always preferred working with her hands. After graduating from Abilene Christian university in 2011, she obtained her license in massage therapy which she continues to practice while learning the world of avionics and pursuing her A&P at Airspeed & Attitude.
Stefani also enjoys performing and traveling with her all-female psychedelic rock band along with just about any sport.
Avionics technician intern
Connor's interest in aviation stems all the way back to his childhood, when he found himself jumping anything & everything possible to get into the air. After spending some time at the University of North Texas studying IT, Connor soon realized he was not made for sitting at computers all day and decided to pursue his A&P at Airspeed & Attitude.
When he's not working, Connor spends his time playing guitar & writing music for his rock band or doing anything outdoors, including camping, kayaking, hunting & road tripping.