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Savvy Stephens joins the team at Jetport
Troy Stephens has exceptional leadership skills and a proven track record, which have helped him build strong relationships within the industry. His priorities at Jetport will be centred on prioritising safety and excellence.
Troy Stephens sees great potential at Hamilton.

Jetport has appointed Troy Stephens as its VP of flight operations. Stephens arrives with a highly accomplished career in the aviation industry with more than 25 years of flying and diverse aviation experience. He has held various roles including training captain, 705 operations manager and vice president of flight operations. His exceptional leadership skills and a proven track record have helped him build strong relationships within the industry. His priorities will be centred on prioritising safety, innovative thinking and Jetport's commitment to excellence.

“I am excited to join Jetport at a time where Hamilton International airport shows growing potential as the best alternate to Toronto's Pearson airport. We welcome aircraft owners to operate in the most efficient and worry-free location. I look forward to taking Jetport to the next level as one of the best business aircraft operators in the region,” Stephens comments.

Established 25 years ago, Jetport has grown into one of Canada's top business jet operators offering charter, aircraft management, maintenance and FBO services from its Hamilton International Airport facility near Toronto.

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