Wheels Up launches combined aircraft management group

Wheels Up Aircraft Management

Wheels Up is leveraging its acquisitions of Delta Private Jets and Gama Aviation Signature with a dedicated sales group to grow its share of the fragmented private aircraft management sector

After closing on the acquisitions of Delta Private Jets and Gama Aviation Signature earlier this year, Wheels Up now wants to leverage those company’s sizable aircraft management businesses under the banner of its newly formed Wheels Up Aircraft Management Group.

Wheels Up, Textron go orange to support Feeding America’s Hunger Action Month

Wheels Up Feeding American Orange King Air 350i

After Meals Up generated donations supporting over 47 millions meals for Feeding America’s COVID-19 relief effort, Wheels Up has revealed a specially painted KingAir 350i to continue the awareness push

Wheels Up, the second-largest operator Part 135/91K operator in the U.S., has joined with Textron Aviation to repaint one of its signature blue Beechcraft King Air 350is orange to support Feeding America’s Hunger Action Month.

Wheels Up sets increased COVID-19 safety program

Wheels Up COVID-19 safety procedurs

Wheels Up yesterday announced the launch of Safe Passage, an enhanced safety and health program for its employees, members, customers, and partners with expanded guidelines in response to COVID-19 and today’s ongoing public health concerns.

Wheels Up names Bergeson Chief Operating Officer

Wheels Up appoints Bergeson COO

The appointment by Wheels Up comes on the heels of launching aircraft sales and a diversity push

Wheels Up yesterday said it had appointed Thomas W. Bergeson as its chief operating officer with Jason Horowitz, the current COO moving into a new role as the chief business officer.

Wheels Up appoints veteran private jet execs to lead diversity push

Wheels Up leadership team

Stephanie Chung and Thomas Fry have joined Wheels Up to help the company expand its cultivation of diverse markets

A week after launching an aircraft sales unit, Wheels Up and its founder and CEO Kenny Dichter are back again. This morning he is announcing plans to tap into diverse markets.

To lead the charge, Stephanie Chung becomes the company’s first chief growth officer. Thomas Fry will work alongside her as director of growth marketing and public relations.

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