RONKONKOMA, NY, July 9, 2013 – ExcelAire, one of the nation’s leading private jet charter and aircraft management companies, today announced that Dan Kahn has joined the firm as Vice President of Charter Sales. Mr. Kahn will be responsible for sales efforts of ExcelAire’s charter business, with a fleet of more than 20 jets, including the largest fleet of Legacy jets in North America.
“Dan is a highly accomplished sales professional, and we are pleased to welcome him to ExcelAire,” said David Rimmer, President, ExcelAire. “As our charter fleet continues to expand, Dan is the right person to increase sales for the new aircraft in our fleet as well as our existing jets. Dan has an exceptional approach to customer satisfaction, attention to detail, and an impressive depth of knowledge that will greatly benefit our clients."
Before joining ExcelAire, Kahn was President of Jet Charter Now, a jet charter brokerage firm. He was also the Director of Sales for a private jet operator in the Hudson Valley of New York, and a Sales Consultant for a major charter broker in New York City.
ExcelAire provides unmatched levels of service to aircraft owners and charter customers. With a team of private jet travel professionals, ExcelAire exceeds even the highest expectations and ensures that each trip is executed flawlessly.
A Hawthorne Global Aviation Services company, ExcelAire is one of the nation’s leading private jet charter firms, specializing in worldwide jet charters, aircraft management, maintenance and sales. The company maintains office and hangar space at Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP), with aircraft based throughout the Northeast and Midwest available for worldwide charter. Further information about the ExcelAire fleet, including downloadable photos and individual aircraft specifications, is available at www.hawthorne.aero, or by calling 631-737-0477.
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