Keystone Aviation Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Keystone Aviation's estimated revenue is currently $12.8M per year.
- Keystone Aviation's estimated revenue per employee is $241358
- Keystone Aviation has 53 Employees.
- Keystone Aviation grew their employee count by 2% last year.
- Keystone Aviation currently has 1 job openings.
|Brian Miller||Vice President of Aircraft Sales|
|Kim Page||Chief Operating Officer|
|Jimmy Ray||Chief Inspector|
|Brian Jones||Director of Socata Sales|
|Charlie Chamberlain||Managed Aircraft Sales Director|
|Steve Sobczak||Vice President of Aircraft Maintenance|
|Scott LaForge||VP, Flight Operations|
What Is Keystone Aviation?
Keystone Aviation is a premier provider of executive aircraft charter, aircraft sales and management and aircraft maintenance. Keystone Aviation is a TAC Air company. Aircraft Charter At Keystone Aviation, we are committed to safety, service and reliability. We participate in numerous safety programs, pilot and crew training programs, customer service training, and third-party audits to ensure that every flight meets the highest industry safety standards. Aircraft Maintenance The Keystone Aviation maintenance department was established in 1997 to provide first-class maintenance services for the company's growing charter fleet. Over the years the department has grown to a Class IV Repair Station with over 20 factory trained A&P technicians servicing everything from small, single-engine piston to large, Boeing/Airbus class aircraft. Aircraft Sales & Brokerage Over the past 15 years, Keystone Aviaiton has sold or brokered over a half a billion dollars worth of aircraft, including everything from small single-engine piston to large corporate jets. Let us help you avoid the pitfalls associated with your next aircraft transaction. Aircraft Management We take on the immense workload that comes with aircraft ownership, while simultaneously reducing operating costs. With 23 years of aircraft management experience and the nationwide infrastructure of TAC Air on our side, we are highly qualified and uniquely positioned to manage aircraft anywhere in the U.S.keywords:N/A
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Keystone Aviation News
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Keystone Aviation Executive Hires
|2017-04-26||Charlie Chamberlain||managed aircraft sales director||Article|