Levo.aero, a brand of JetRight Aerospace Holdings and an enterprise resource planning software platform designed for the private charter industry, has appointed Joe Moeggenberg as CEO. The company's comprehensive technology platform and innovations are positioned well for Moeggenberg to execute and implement industry-wide, similar to his previous accomplishments and ventures.
Moeggenberg has over 40 years of experience in the aviation industry and is a commercial-rated pilot with over 5,000 hours of flight experience. In 1977 he founded American Air Services, which was acquired by NetJets in 1987 and renamed Executive Jet Management (EJM) and where he continued as president and CEO. In 1992 he assumed additional responsibilities as president of NetJets. After leaving NetJets in 1995, Moeggenberg formed ARGUS International, where he served as president and CEO until recently. ARGUS was acquired by Geneva-based SGS Group in 2019.
“It was immediately clear that Moeggenberg's leadership was a critical component of Levo's story and strategy,” says Levo board member and JetRight Aviation chairman Steve Gregory.
“The technology amassed in Levo is foundational and pivotal for the industry. Our team knew that it needs to be brought to life by an industry expert with a keen vision-forward outlook on the aviation industry. We're confident that Joe will lead us into a new and exciting era of growth,” adds Levo board member and NXT managing partner Stayko Staykov.
Levo is a technology company with a comprehensive suite of platform solutions that offer software solutions to both operators and customers.
“The process Part 135 operators use to manage and sell their product hasn't really changed in decades, and the customer buying experience is still very cumbersome. Using leading-edge technology, Levo has the potential to transform the way charter operators manage their business and clients purchase their services. I'm very excited to be part of the team,” says Moeggenberg.