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Ops boss Naor forecasts more success for GrandView
Jessica Naor has been with GrandView since 2010, initially as a helicopter charter sales coordinator. She grew the company's private jet service from under $1 million in sales in 2015 to over $10 million three years.
Jessica Naor has been named GrandView Aviation COO.

Baltimore, Maryland-based operator GrandView Aviation has named long-term head of marketing and sales Jessica Naor as COO.

Most recently chief marketing officer, Naor led sales and marketing efforts of the helicopter charter service, growing its private jet service from under $1 million in sales in 2015 to over $10 million over a three-year period. She has been with the company since 2010, beginning as a helicopter charter sales coordinator.

“GrandView Aviation has an industry leading business model that puts our clients and our employees first,” she says. “We're breaking some antiquated ways of doing business in the charter industry and I'm thrilled to lead the charge on our future expansion plans.”

GrandView Aviation operates a fleet of Phenom 300 charter jets in Maryland and Texas, as well as a helicopter fleet in Baltimore, Maryland. The company has offices at Martin State airport and Austin-Bergstom International airport. GrandView is a FAA Part 135 certificated aircraft operator and carries the elite Wyvern Wingman safety rating.

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