Baker Aviation Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Baker Aviation's estimated revenue is currently $8.9M per year.
- Baker Aviation's estimated revenue per employee is $227077
- Baker Aviation has 39 Employees.
- Baker Aviation grew their employee count by 5% last year.
- Baker Aviation currently has N/A job openings.
|David Templeton||Chief Pilot|
|Tim Bowman||Director Quality Assurance|
|Jeff Ostwinkle||Director of Maintenance|
What Is Baker Aviation?
Based in Fort Worth with a growing aircraft fleet, Baker Aviation is a family-owned and operated private aircraft charter, management and maintenance company. Baker Aviation's diverse fleet accommodates multiple passenger demands and serves executives, corporate air customers as well as leisure travelers. With our small company appeal, each charter experience is personalized to meet the needs and requests of every customer. Everything from aircraft selection, airport choice, catering desires and ground transportation is carefully planned and executed. We are known for our unparalleled commitment to customer service, including personally seeing our customers off, greeting them when they return, hand delivering catering orders and arranging car services. Baker Aviation holds an impeccable safety record. We are honored to have attained the ARG/US Platinum safety rating and are IS-BAO certified.keywords:Consumer Services,Travel
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Air Center Heli...||$18M||78||20%|
|Elite Line Serv...||$97.7M||425||39%|
|AERIA Luxury In...||$9.8M||43||10%|
|GDC Technics, L...||$89.1M||387||11%|
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