MANASSAS, VA (1/29/14)—Metropolitan Aviation, a Virginia-based private jet management and charter company, announced the hiring of Tony Massinon as its new Director of Operations.
“Tony commands a great deal of respect based on his extensive experience in aviation and overall integrity,” said Jacquie Dalton, Chief Operating Officer for Metropolitan Aviation. “We’re excited to have him leading our operations department and flight crews to ensure we maintain the highest level of safety and performance while Metropolitan continues to expand geographically.”
As Director of Operations, Mr. Massinon has operational control of all Company 14 CFR Part 135 flight operations, and directs the overall development and management of the Operations Department. He will contribute to long- and short-range strategic objectives relating to Metropolitan Aviation’s operating business plans, policies, budgets and programs to maintain optimum safety and fiscal prudence in support of the company’s expansion plans. Massinon reports to the company’s founder and CEO, Alan R. Cook, regarding the quality, accuracy and timeliness of day-to-day operations.
About Metropolitan Aviation
Metropolitan Aviation operates on the principles of integrity, experience and a paramount commitment to safety. Aircraft owners, charter clients and brokers worldwide have come to expect and value the company’s dedicated flight crews, top-quality equipment, and 24/7 customer service backed by superior maintenance and ground personnel. Two captain-qualified pilots crew each Metropolitan Aviation flight, ensuring the highest levels of safety and performance.
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