AERIA Luxury Interiors Competitors, Revenue and Alternatives
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- AERIA Luxury Interiors's estimated annual revenue is currently $10.6M per year.
- AERIA Luxury Interiors's estimated revenue per employee is $246,000
- AERIA Luxury Interiors has 43 Employees.
- AERIA Luxury Interiors grew their employee count by 10% last year.
- AERIA Luxury Interiors currently has 1 job openings.
AERIA Luxury Interiors Competitors
|Competitor Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Sabre Airline S...||$407.9M||1658||N/A||N/A|
What Is AERIA Luxury Interiors?
AERIA Luxury Interiors (AERIA) is the VIP completion division of VT San Antonio Aerospace (VT SAA), a U.S. affiliate of ST Engineering. AERIA is located at the international airport in San Antonio, Texas, USA. We specialize in completions and refurbishment on Boeing and Airbus aircraft, performed to the highest quality, with fastidious attention to detail. The AERIA team has renowned expertise in completions, engineering, and all related support activities. Whether for heads of state, corporations, or individuals, AERIA creates luxury interiors that satisfy and exceed our customer's expectations.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Joe Thurman||Program Manager For Completions|
|Chris Mason||Vice President Of Sales And Marketing For Completions|
|Jesse Garcia||Program Manager|
|Jeffery Potter||Director of Programs|
|Kory Fosheim||Program Manager|
|Sue George||Manager of Materials|
|Deborah Strahan||Manager, Doc. Control & Burn Test Certification|
|Mark Sciolino||Senior Manager of Production|
|Laura Pimentel||Marketing Manager|
|Dean Wilkins||Manager of QC of Completions|
AERIA Luxury Interiors News
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