Private Jet Services Group (PJS) has added Matt Dubois a chief of staff, reporting to founder and CEO Greg Raif.
Dubois will focus on company-wide communications, strategic planning, and implementation, and leading the executive team in this role. A press release said the New Hampshire-based jet card and charter broker is seeking to expand “capabilities exponentially to support a period of rapid growth.”
Additionally, Dubois assumes the role of director of safety for Elevate Holdings, the parent company of PJS and its affiliates, including a Part 135 Embraer regional jet operator.
“Private aviation is a rapidly growing, fast-paced industry where information flow and communication, both internally and externally, are keys to success,” said Dubois.
He adds, “PJS is moving just as quickly, building on its team of experts to create higher-value experiences and above-standard operating procedures for its clients and employees. Everyone should want to be a part of this team and this exciting time in private aviation.”
Dubois served the United States for over 30 years, both in uniform and as a civilian, twice as a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense. In addition to jet cards and charter, PJS specializes in VIP Airliners and sports teams, roadshows, and live entertainment tour private aviation solutions.