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Richter intends to scale up operations at Jet Access
A 20-year aviation industry veteran, David Richter spent the past 10 years in management leadership roles with Wheels Up and Executive Jet Management (EJM), adding more than 95 aircraft to the companies' fleets.
David Richter, executive vice president of managed aircraft sales.

Jet Access, a US full-service aviation management company, has added David Richter as executive vice president of managed aircraft sales. As EVP of managed aircraft sales, Richter will focus on expanding the Jet Access fleet of Part 91 and 135 managed aircraft and building long-term relationships to advance managed aircraft, aircraft syndication (Wing Share) and charter sales transactions.

A 20-year aviation industry veteran, Richter spent the past 10 years in management leadership roles with Wheels Up and Executive Jet Management (EJM), adding more than 95 aircraft to the companies' fleets. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, Richter serves as the president of the Massachusetts Business Aviation Association.

“As a proven business aviation industry leader, David will be instrumental in the growth and success of Jet Access' managed aircraft programme,” says Quinn Ricker, CEO, Jet Access. “His focus on nurturing relationships, delivering exceptional customer service and standing by his word to his clients is directly in line with our core values. We're excited to welcome David to the Jet Access family.”

“I'm delighted to join such a unique, employee-centric and rapidly growing aviation organisation,” states Richter. “Jet Access is a hidden gem in the aviation community. I was familiar with Jet Access as a private jet charter operator. However, after meeting with Quinn and the team, I was amazed to see the size and breadth of the company, which encompasses the key aspects of business aviation. I'm looking forward to making an impact and contributing to the growth. This company is really poised to take off.”

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