Jet Source Names New President

Carlsbad, Calif. — Jet Source has announced the promotion of Mr. Jay Brentzel to the office of President. Brentzel will also continue as Director of Operations for the company. As President, Brentzel is responsible for the overall strategic planning, fiscal management, business development and day-to-day activities at Jet Source. As Director of Operations, Brentzel is responsible for performance and safe operations of all Jet Source managed aircraft, including oversight of the Flight Operations, Flight Standards and Maintenance Departments. Brentzel holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation from Utah Valley State College and has accumulated more than 6000 hours of flight time as a professional pilot. Brentzel is rated in a number of different corporate jet aircraft including the super-midsize Falcon 50 and the long-range Gulfstream 400. These two aircraft are part of a larger, all jet fleet, managed by Jet Source and available for charter flights worldwide.

"Jet Source is a great company and I am excited to assume this leadership position. I am looking forward to working with a dynamic team of proven aviation professionals and growing the business to new heights. The future is bright for Jet Source and our opportunities are unlimited,” said Brentzel.

About Jet Source

Jet Source is San Diego’s leading business aviation center and is the only facility in Southern California to combine a fully-equipped Fixed Base Operation (FBO) with full charter, aircraft management, maintenance, avionics and dedicated fuel station services. It’s also uniquely solar-powered, and the only San Diego charter company to earn an ARG/US Platinum rating, the industry’s highest standard of safety.

Located at McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, California, where it offers unparalleled privacy through its secure, gated access and private car service to the ramp, Jet Source is the gateway in and out of San Diego for many of its most influential visitors and residents. A range of light, medium, and heavy jets in the charter fleet include the all new Citation Mustang, two Citation CJ3's, a Citation XLS, Hawker 800, Falcon 50, Challenger 604, Embraer Legacy 600 and a Gulfstream 400.

For additional information on Jet Source, please contact Ian Ewing at (888) 438-0877 or visit their website at