Key Air Welcomes New Executive to its Aircraft Management Division

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Key Air, a leading national provider of best-in-class aircraft management and worldwide private jet charter services, is pleased to welcome Keith Ruggirello to its management team as Vice President to lead the Aircraft Management Division. The recent addition of a Dassault Falcon 7X to its managed aircraft fleet signifies Key Air's continued success and growth.

Key Air Vice President Leading the Aircraft Management Team

Keith Ruggirello, Key Air's Newest Executive

Key Air is very fortunate to be able to attract the talent and extensive experience Keith brings to the Key Air team of professionals. He is a strong addition to our organization and a proven performer.

Key Air, a leading national provider of best-in-class aircraft management and worldwide executive jet charter services proudly announces the recent addition of Keith Ruggirello to its management team as Vice President to lead its Aircraft Management Division. Additionally, Key Air is pleased to welcome a Dassault Falcon 7X to its growing fleet of managed aircraft.

Mr. Ruggirello joins Key Air with over 15 years of diverse corporate aviation experience in both Part 91 and Part 135 operations and a proven track record of successful business development. Formerly with Universal Weather & Aviation responsible for the development of the entire Northeastern U.S. and Eastern Canada regions, he was credited with effectively growing the business in that highly competitive market. His dedication to clients and passion for aviation have attributed to a successful business aviation career. Mr. Ruggirello has served as a Dispatcher for a Part 135 operator and has held a Commercial Pilot’s Certificate since 1992. He previously served as the President of APSI (Aviation Professionals Sharing Information) and was instrumental in expanding its membership. He remains an active member and volunteer of LIBAA (Long Island Business Aviation Association) and participates regularly at Aviation and Aerospace Career Fairs coordinated by LIBAA in conjunction with the AEC (Aerospace Education Corporation) aimed at introducing aviation and the many career opportunities it offers to both middle and high school students. Mr. Ruggirello holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical Science from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

With a newly appointed executive, Key Air’s Aircraft Management division is poised for growth. The recent addition of the Falcon 7X to its managed fleet demonstrates Key Air’s continuing expansion and success of its aircraft management offerings. It’s commitment to providing customized aircraft management solutions and services continue to attract clients who desire individualized care from a trusted and experienced service provider.

“Key Air is very fortunate to be able to attract the talent and extensive experience Keith brings to the Key Air team of professionals,” stated Greg Kinsella, Key Air President and CEO. “He is a strong addition to our organization and a proven performer. We are confident Keith will contribute significantly to the continued growth and success of Key Air.”

About Key Air
Established in 1986, Key Air’s expertise and reputation for providing safety, reliability and exceptional customer service enabled its expansion from a regional operation to its current national status. Custom, tailored-made aircraft management solutions and boutique style services exemplify Key Air’s commitment to individualized care. Its successful remote aircraft management model extends to multiple locations nationwide. Key Air manages an impressive charter fleet of modern midsize to ultra-long range aircraft all meticulously maintained to offer clients a broad range of solutions to meet their travel needs. Committed to the safety and security of its clients, Key Air garners several prestigious safety accreditations, including Industry Audit Standard registration from the Air Charter Safety Foundation, International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (ISBAO) and continued Platinum operator status by ARG/US.

For more information about Key Air and our offerings, visit us at http://www.KeyAir.com or call us at 888.539.2471.

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