Sun, Apr 03, 2005
New Vice President of Aircraft Sales and Acquisitions
Aero Charter has
announced the promotion of Alan Bell to Vice President of Aircraft
Sales and Acquisitions. He is responsible for all domestic and
international aircraft sales and acquisitions.
"We are extremely pleased to announce Alan's new position," said
Bob Thomas, Chief Executive Officer. "He literally exploded onto
this industry a few years ago, signing 11 airplanes in one month
for one renowned industry brokering firm and he sold a Challenger
600 within 90 days of working in conjunction with the owner of
another. Within only six months with us he personally signed seven
exclusives on jet aircraft and recently sold a Citation in less
than 60 days. As a direct result of his efforts and productivity,
numerous prospective clients and customers are on-deck for new
business. And that is what makes us so excited about having Alan
work with us!"
Aero Charter is a member of the National Business Aircraft
Association, National Air Transportation Association, Aircraft
Electronics Association, Greater St. Louis Business Aircraft
Association, Regional Chamber Growth association and the
Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce. Located at the Spirit of St.
Louis Airport since 1978, Aero Charter is WYVERN approved and
AR/Gus gold rated.
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