After doubling employees and expanding its Phenom 300 fleet, GrandView Aviation is moving to a larger headquarters
Fast-growing private jet charter operator GrandView Aviation is moving to new headquarters at the end of the month. The new 18,000 square foot facility is near its base at Martin State Airport in Maryland.
GrandView has grown from 65 employees to over 120 in the past year. It plans to hire more than 100 in 2022, including pilots, flight dispatchers, mechanics, and more.
The company posted over $50 million in revenue in 2022 and has ranked in the Inc 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the US for multiple years.
GrandView is the largest private aviation employer in Maryland. The firm logged 11,000 flight hours in 2021. Through June, it ranked as the 26th largest operator based on charter and fractional hours, according to Argus TraqPak data compiled by Private Jet Card Comparisons.
In addition to private jet charters, the company is a leader in organ transplant team transportation and has carried over 276 life-saving surgical teams in 2021, with over 2,220 since its inception.
“Maryland has traditionally ranked as one of the smallest general aviation workforces,” said Jessie Naor, GrandView Aviation’s COO. “But we are rapidly changing that; we have ambitious growth plans for our headquarters here in Middle River and look forward to growing our team as well as our positive impacts on our community.”
GrandView Aviation operates a fleet of Phenom 300 private charter jets and helicopters. It has bases in Boston, Baltimore/DC, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, Phoenix, and Denver. It recently launched fixed rates for over 70 popular routes.