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GrandView moves into Middle River HQ
Following a period of considerable growth, US operator GrandView has leased new office space just three miles from its base at Martin State airport in Baltimore, Maryland.
The GrandView team at its Baltimore area base.
Read this story in our February 2022 printed issue.

Charter operator GrandView Aviation has moved to new headquarters at Middle River, Maryland, in the Greenleigh Community development.

The company has grown dramatically over the past year, from 65 employees to more than 120 today, with plans to hire another 100 or more professional pilots, flight dispatchers and mechanics over the course of this year. The goal, it says, is to double the number of lives saved with organ transplant missions, and with this in mind the company is also planning to open further facilities and to add to its Phenom 300 fleet.

The company posted over $50 million in revenue in 2021 and logged 11,000 flight hours. It is a multi-year winner of the Inc 5000 fastest-growing companies in the US and says it is the largest private aviation employer in Maryland. The company carried over 276 life-saving surgical teams last year; more than 2,220 since commencing operations.

General aviation companies contribute significant economic benefits to local communities with a highly compensated, highly skilled workforce, providing jobs to Marylanders and attracting out-of-state talent to live and work in the region. Every direct job in general aviation supports 3.3 jobs elsewhere in the US. According to a 2020 study it is estimated that Maryland has a general aviation workforce of 1,500 direct jobs.

“Maryland has traditionally ranked as one of the smallest general aviation workforces,” says COO Jessie Naor. “But we are rapidly changing that; we have ambitious growth plans for our headquarters here in Middle River and look forward to growing our team as well as our positive impacts on our community.”

GrandView Aviation operates a fleet of Phenom 300 private charter jets and VIP/medical Sikorsky S-76D and Bell 407GXI helicopters, giving access to departure points across the US from bases in Boston, Baltimore/DC, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, Phoenix and Denver.

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