Bridgewater, Va., April 29, 2014 — Dynamic Aviation, a leading provider of innovative aviation solutions to government and commercial organizations worldwide, has promoted Shannon Wagner to senior vice president of flight operations.
“Shannon brings a lot of energy and passion into this role,” said president and CEO Michael Stoltzfus. “I am confident that his experience and leadership will have a strong impact on Dynamic Aviation’s growth and maturity in the coming years.”
As senior vice president of flight operations, Mr. Wagner will oversee all aspects of worldwide flight operations and operational reliability for Dynamic Aviation’s fleet of 140 aircraft.
An experienced aviation professional with over 20 years of commercial aviation experience, Mr. Wagner previously served as Dynamic Aviation’s director of maintenance. Prior to joining Dynamic Aviation, Mr. Wagner served as the vice president of component solutions at Aveos Fleet Performance in Montreal, Canada, and held leadership positions at both United Airlines and Delta Airlines.
Mr. Wagner is a former U. S. Marine and holds a master’s degree in business administration from Strayer University and a bachelor’s degree in professional aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Dynamic Aviation is the leading provider of innovative special-mission aviation solutions designed to meet the unique requirements of government and commercial organizations worldwide. Headquartered on its privately owned, public use airport in Bridgewater, Va., the company delivers customized aerial assets and services to support a wide range of customers including national defense, military intelligence, federal agencies, state and local governments, non-profit research organizations and private companies. Dynamic Aviation has the flexibility and resources to deliver world-class aviation solutions that combine mission-modified aircraft, experienced flight crews and comprehensive maintenance services. The company employs approximately 700 aviation professionals, owns more than 140 aircraft and operates from 20 locations in eight countries across four continents.