Private Jets, Inc. Continues Growth Trend with New Employees

Aug. 28, 2019
Air charter company adds employees to two bases.

 Private Jets, Inc. continues with its trend of expanding by announcing the hiring of two new employees. The additional staff will provide service to customers in various ways at the private charter jet company’s bases in Oklahoma City and across Florida.

Denver Craddock was recently hired to serve as director of maintenance for Private Jets. Craddock is based at Wiley Post Airport in Bethany, Oklahoma. In his role, Craddock is responsible for the maintenance of Private Jets’ fleet of 19 aircraft. Craddock supervises a team of four and ensures aircraft maintenance is done in a safe and professional manner in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration regulations. Private Jets maintains a robust maintenance program which routinely examines all aircraft to ensure they meet safety standards.

Stephanie Zepeda is Private Jets’ new director of charter sales working primarily out of its base at Naples Municipal Airport in Naples, Florida. In her new role, Zepeda will develop relationships with new and existing clients across Florida to help them with their business or leisure travel needs. Zepeda will also manage Private Jets’ social media channels. Zepeda brings 15 years of experience in the industry to Private Jets.

Private Jets has grown 30% over the last three years. The added employees will allow the company to continue to meet the needs of its customers in the safest possible aircraft. In total, Private Jets now operates 19 planes at nine bases across the United States and employs 50 people.

The company’s fleet boasts a variety of aircraft, ranging for smaller turboprops suitable for regional travel to large jets with seating for up to nine passengers and international capabilities.