Dan Hulen Rejoins Schubach Aviation as General Manager

SAN DIEGO, CA – (October 31, 2011) – Daniel R. Hulen has returned to San Diego and Schubach Aviation to serve as general manager, announced Henry Schubach, president and founder of the leading San Diego air charter company.

 

In this role, Hulen will serve as company liaison to owners and pilots of the company’s managed aircraft operated on its Part 135 Charter Certificate. He also will be responsible for developing new client and aircraft owner relationships. He will participate in local government and regulatory groups that impact flight operations at Palomar Airport and serve as a representative on the company’s behalf. Internally, he will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the firm, focusing on profitability, adopting best industry practices, fostering a culture of safety, and maintaining a high degree of job satisfaction for employees.

 

Hulen brings to Schubach Aviation a combined 14 years of experience in the aviation industry. Most recently he was director of operations for ACM Aviation Services, Inc., a TWC Aviation company based in San Jose, Calif., where he was responsible for oversight of flight operations of 28 jet aircraft.  This included regulatory compliance for the Part 135 Charter Certificate, direct managerial supervision of flight standards, and coordination of 12 employees. While there, he helped navigate the company through its acquisition by TWC Aviation, maintaining day-to-day flight operations of ACM Aviation while working towards completion of audits used to prepare a set of manuals and procedures for combining the companies under the San Jose Flight Standards District Office.

 

Prior to moving to the San Francisco Bay area, Hulen served nearly four years as director of operations for Schubach Aviation, helping to recertify its FAA Part 135 Certificate to a 10-seat or more operation, obtain a repair station certificate for the maintenance department, and incorporate the Cinema Air avionics repair station into the Schubach Aviation parent company as Hangar One Maintenance and Hangar One Avionics.   Previous career experience includes nearly three-and-a-half years as director of flight standards with Jet Source Charter, two years as Director of Operations for Air by Jet, LLC, and another year-plus as director of flight standards for Schubach Aviation.

 

His previous career experience includes having been employed 16 years with Price Club (which became Costco), where he worked his way up from cashier to warehouse inventory auditor. He served three years in the U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) as a Vietnam-era veteran, receiving a meritorious promotion to corporal.  He was honorably discharged from military service to the USMC.

 

Hulen earned his Bachelor of Science degree in aviation management from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (SIUC), where he graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 4.0 grade point average. He received an Associates Degree in archaeology and anthropology from San Diego Mesa College.  He completed ARG/US Safety Manager training, holds an air transport pilot license, and has single-and multi-engine instructor ratings.

 

He was an active member of the NBAA NorCal Business Association, and is in process of becoming a member of the San Diego Regional Aviation Association. He is an SIUC Alumni Association member, and a volunteer for the Harvest Food Bank.

 

Born in Evansville, Ind. and raised in O’Fallon, Mo., Hulen currently resides in San Marcos with his faithful companion, Maggie, a West Highland Terrier.  In his leisure time, he pursues golf, sailing, mountain biking, surfing and kayaking.

 

 

About Schubach Aviation:

      Schubach Aviation is San Diego’s premier, on-demand charter aircraft carrier, providing the corporate community and leisure travelers with private aircraft charters to anywhere in the world. Founded in 1992 by Henry Schubach, the firm employs a team of highly experienced pilots, mechanics, and support staff at 2026 Palomar Airport Road in Carlsbad, Calif. and at Lindberg Field in downtown San Diego. Its fleet of managed aircraft includes a Gulfstream IV, two wide-bodied Bombardier Challenger 601s, five Hawkers, a Lear 35, two factory-new CJ3s, two CJ1s and a King Air 200. More information about the company can be found on the web at www.schubachaviation.com. 

 

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