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Mayo Aviation has served as Aspen, Colorado's community-based private aviation service provider for more than 40 years; its strong connections with Rocky Mountain clients have been built on local expertise and outstanding customer service. To strengthen and grow those relationships, the aircraft management and charter service provider has appointed Alexandra Cisco as Aspen services manager. She comes to Mayo with nearly a decade of high-end managerial experience and a deep knowledge of the business aviation world.
“Alex brings her unique background in luxury markets to the Mayo team, specialising in top-tier hospitality and white-glove customer service,” says president Brent Moldowan. “She understands the Aspen community well and how to utilise a wide network of connections to best serve its unique aviation needs. She is passionate about delivering the best service and solutions possible.”
Since graduating from the University of Colorado, Cisco has worked as concierge and location manager for companies specialising in ultra-luxury markets, including most recently at Cuvée, where she managed all aspects of travel from Aspen and Colorado to the Royal Island luxury resort in the Bahamas. She worked frequently with Mayo Aviation in this capacity coordinating the guest experience before and after arrival at the resort.
Cisco developed a passion for aviation and flying while working at some of the top FBOs in the country, including in Aspen and Scottsdale, Arizona. She has begun training to earn her private pilot's licence.
Developing connections with local pilots, charter clientele and Mayo Aviation's long-standing relationship with Fight for Life Colorado drew Cisco to the company. She will be working with charter clients as well as managed aircraft owners and operators.
“Mayo values the deep relationships you develop with people,” says Cisco. “It knows that the authentic experiences you've had are an asset in being able to relate in a genuine manner and to offer tailored solutions to their needs.”