“The acquisition is a major milestone for the company and is the result of the combined accomplishments of the team at FlightWorks,” said Dan Lucey, president of FlightWorks.
Kennesaw, GA (PRWEB) July 12, 2010
FlightWorks, Inc. is excited to announce that the company has acquired all of the outstanding shares of company stock previously owned by Scott Beale, effective July 2, 2010. With the acquisition, Roderick O’Shea, Chairman of the Board and long-time controlling shareholder, has become the sole shareholder of the company. The executive leadership team will remain unchanged, and employees of FlightWorks will notice little or no change in the day-to-day operations of the company. FlightWorks will continue to function under the same operating procedures in accordance with the company’s vision, mission and values.
“The acquisition is a major milestone for the company and is the result of the combined accomplishments of the team at FlightWorks,” said Dan Lucey, president of FlightWorks. “This is a momentous day for all FlightWorks’ stakeholders, including employees, aircraft owners and key vendors. As president of FlightWorks, I am continually impressed with the determination and teamwork that is evident in the daily operations at this company.”
FlightWorks provides executive charter services, aircraft management programs, aviation consulting and government aviation support programs in major markets domestically and internationally. Serving corporate executives, business owners, high-net-worth individuals and government agencies, FlightWorks specializes in on-demand charter with flexible scheduling, uncompromised safety and personalized customer service.
“The commitment from all employees over the past year has been noticeable, and together we stand ready to write the next chapter in our company’s history,” said Lucey. “FlightWorks is a leader in business aviation services, and we are fully committed and will leverage our resources to achieve the full potential of our business. This acquisition is, in itself, a strong statement of our commitment.”
In addition to a recently opened sales office at Peachtree-DeKalb Airport in Georgia, FlightWorks also has a strong presence in the Western U.S. region with new sales offices in Boise, Idaho, and Salt lake City, Utah. With its acquisition of Colorado-based Mountain Aviation in 2007, FlightWorks has grown its fleet to include nearly 50 aircraft, which are available for charter in major metropolitan areas, including Atlanta, Boise, Denver, Fort Collins, Jacksonville, Knoxville, Nashville, Santa Barbara, Savannah, Tulsa and Washington D.C. For more information, visit http://www.flightworks.com.
FlightWorks operates private executive facilities and business jets in major markets across the United States where it offers executive charter, aircraft management and aviation consulting to corporate executives, business owners, high-net-worth individuals and government agencies under Federal Aviation Regulation parts 91, 125 and 135. The company specializes in on-demand charter with flexible scheduling, uncompromised safety and personalized customer service. With FlightWorks’ fully owned subsidiary, Colorado-based Mountain Aviation, the companies have a combined fleet of nearly 50 aircraft. FlightWorks highly prioritizes safety, and its efforts have earned the company an Aviation Research Group US (ARG/US) “Platinum” rating, a Wyvern-recommended status and a Department of Defense certification. The headquarters office is located at 600 TownPark Lane, Suite 550 Kennesaw, GA 30144, with private executive terminals in major metropolitan areas, including Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Denver, as well as additional charter operations throughout the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, Central, Western United States and select international locations. For more information, visit http://www.flightworks.com.