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Four Corners believes it can serve unmet needs
Four Corners' assets include Millbrook Air, an aircraft management and charter company headquartered at Stewart International Airport in New York, and a fleet of Citations, Phenoms, Challengers and Gulfstreams.
Four Corners president and COO Cameron Gowans.

Danny White, co-founder of Omaha's City+Ventures and Brian Proctor, CEO of Aquila Aviation Ventures headquartered in Dallas, Texas, have partnered to launch the Four Corners Aviation brand, a new platform that intends to serve unmet industry needs and leverage resources to scale growth.

“It's not necessarily to buy or operate an aircraft. Consumers want access to what the aircraft provides: safe, simple, customised lift. They want a new way to fly, where they want it, when they want it,” says Cameron Gowans, president and COO of Four Corners Aviation. “City+Ventures and the Aquila Aviation Group are launching the new Four Corners Aviation brand, which includes a user friendly website, social media links and collateral. The Four Corners brand replaces the Millbrook Air brand. This is an exciting milestone as we see many opportunities under this new sustainable platform.”

Proctor adds: “Four Corners Aviation offers the most comprehensive suite of solutions in business aviation today. In the near future, Four Corners will offer several new products and services to support business aviation users such as corporate jets as a service, aircraft management and jet card solutions.

Four Corners' assets include Millbrook Air, an aircraft management and charter company headquartered at Stewart International Airport in New York, and a fleet of Cessna Citation, Embraer Phenom, Bombardier Challenger, and Gulfstream business jets. The business is an ARGUS Platinum rated charter operator, which supports a diverse fleet based throughout the United States and operating around the world.

Cameron Gowans, who heads Four Corners Aviation, has over 30 years buying, selling and operating business jets for large corporations and high net worth individuals based in North America and operating around the globe. Most recently, he was vice president of strategy for Mente Group. He was formerly president of Jet Linx Chicago. Prior to that role, he served as the vice president of sales and marketing at JetSuite.

His previous roles include vice president, sales at Embraer Executive Jets and chief marketing officer at Flight Options, one of the largest private jet services company offering a fractional jet and membership programme. He also worked at Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, Gulfstream Aerospace, Bombardier Aerospace and the Cessna Citation programme in management, sales and marketing.

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