Silverman named President, Business Aviation at Skyservice

Industry veteran Ron Silverman has left Jet Linx for Canada’s Skyservice as President of Business Aviation.

By Doug Gollan, February 1, 2024

Jet Linx Chief Commercial Officer Ron Silverman is the new President of Business Aviation at Toronto-based Skyservice.

Skyservice was Canada’s fourth-largest private jet operator for 2022, based on charter and fractional flight hours.

In addition to aircraft management and maintenance, it operates seven FBOs across Canada.

It recently acquired Fontainebleau Aviation at Opa-Locka Executive Airport in Miami.

“Ron has an outstanding history of delivering top-line results and operational achievements in business aviation,” said Skyservice President and Chief Executive Officer Ben Murray.

He added, “With our ongoing expansion and commitment to serving the global aviation community, Ron’s customer-first mindset will help us achieve our goal of revolutionizing business aviation services to provide a personalized and world-class experience for everyone.”

Ron Silverman

Before joining Jet Linx in 2020, Silverman held multiple executive positions at Vista Global from 2014 through 2020, including US President and President of Client Experience at VistaJet and Chief Commercial Officer at XO.

He has also held positions as Executive Vice President at Wheels Up during its launch.

Before that, he spent 10 years at Executive Jet Management, where he served as Senior Vice President of Owner Services and Aircraft Management Sales.

Prior to his corporate career, Silverman spent a decade managing the flight department and mega yacht of an Ultra High Net Worth Austrian Banker.

Skyservice executive moves

In other appointments, Ty Dubay is now President of Fixed-Base Operations.

Paul Weeks become President of Aircraft Maintenance.

Mirjana Bosnic is now the Chief Human Resources Officer for the company.

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