PlaneSense Executive Overview

Year Founded



Portsmouth, New Hampshire


George A. Antoniadis

CEO & President

Jim Citro

CFO & Treasurer

Kevin Gordon

Vice President of Flight Operation

Gary Arber

Vice President & General Counsel

David Verani

Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Mark Baur

Vice President of Business Development & Strategy

Robyn Moses-Harney

Vice President of Human Resources

Todd Smith

Director of Airworthiness

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PlaneSense is the largest Pilatus PC-12 operator in the world.

It was founded in 1995 by George A. Antoniadis, who continues as CEO & President.

Its program is based on the popular Pilatus PC-12 turboprop, which has the ability to land on short and grass runways.

In 2019, it expanded its fractional ownership with the addition of the PC-24 light jet.

In 2021, the Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based operator expanded the ferry-free service area for its PC-12 to the West Coast.

In 2023, it took delivery of its 75th single-engine turboprop since its 1995 founding.

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PlaneSense Fleet

Aircraft Type Number in Fleet
Pilatus PC-24 7
Pilatus PC-12 24
Nextant Aerospace 400XTi 1

PlaneSense Fast Facts

When was PlaneSense founded?


Who owns PlaneSense?

PlaneSense is privately held. George Antoniadis is the majority owner.

How many customers does PlaneSense have?

Not disclosed.

What are the annual revenues for PlaneSense?

Not disclosed.

Who is the CEO of PlaneSense?

George Antoniadis

How does PlaneSense source private jets?

PlaneSense operates a fleet of fractionally-owned Pilatus PC-24 and PC-12 private aircraft.

How much does PlaneSense private jet programs cost?

Its fractional ownership program starts with a 1/16th share of a PC-12 or PC-24.

What type of pricing does PlaneSense offer?

PlaneSense offers fixed hourly rates.

What is PlaneSense's website?

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