Jackson Jet Center, a provider of private and business aviation services with facilities in Boise, Idaho, and Phoenix, Arizona, has made key promotions within its executive leadership team as the company sets its sights on future growth.
Jeff Jackson, president of Jackson Jet Center, has announced the promotion of three key personnel to vice president roles within the organisation. Carrie Campbell has been promoted to vice president of FBO operations, David Smith to vice president of charter and aircraft management, and Erica Shull to vice president of aircraft maintenance and parts.
These promotions are expected to bolster the company's operational effectiveness and customer satisfaction as it continues to provide top-tier FBO services, charter flights, MRO, and aircraft parts from its locations in Boise Air Terminal/Gowen Field and Phoenix Sky Harbor International airport.
Jackson speaks highly of the new vice presidents, stating: “Carrie, David and Erica have consistently shown exceptional dedication and skill in their respective areas. Each has been vital to our company's growth and continued success in each of their respective departments. Carrie was instrumental in the opening of our Phoenix location and securing Titan Fuels for our Boise FBO, Erica has fostered important new partnerships and in our charter department David has grown our fleet and pilot roster.
“Our team is at the heart of our success and with their leadership and proven industry success, we are poised to make even greater strides in safety and customer satisfaction.”
Jackson Jet Center is committed to furthering its reputation as an industry leader, and these promotions reflect the company's commitment to its growth strategy, superior customer service and safety initiatives.