SOURCE: ExcelAire

ExcelAire

April 20, 2011 11:50 ET

ExcelAire's Rimmer Named to NBAA Corporate Aviation Management Committee

RONKONKOMA, NY--(Marketwire - Apr 20, 2011) - ExcelAire (www.excelaire.com) today announced that Exec. VP David Rimmer was named to the National Business Aviation Association's (NBAA) Corporate Aviation Management Committee. NBAA represents more than 8,000 companies and individuals that own, operate and provide support services to general aviation aircraft.

The Corporate Aviation Management Committee (CAMC) advises NBAA member aviation department managers on a range of issues, including management trends, fiscal control and operations. In addition, the committee organizes the NBAA Leadership Conference, most recently held in San Diego. CAMC includes representatives from leading corporate aviation companies.

Mr. Rimmer oversees all aspects of ExcelAire's jet charter operations, customer service and marketing programs. Prior to joining ExcelAire, he was a Senior Editor at Business & Commercial Aviation, a leading publication for private jet owners. Before that, he was an executive at Bloomberg Radio, Sony, and the ABC and NBC Radio networks. An industry leader, Mr. Rimmer serves on the Air Charter Committee for the NATA, and on the Board of Governors for the Air Charter Safety Foundation. He is a survivor of the September 29, 2006 aviation accident in Brazil.

About ExcelAire

ExcelAire (www.excelaire.com) is one of the nation's leading private jet charter firms, specializing in worldwide private jet charters, aircraft management, maintenance and sales. The company maintains office and hangar space at Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP). Further information about the entire ExcelAire fleet, including downloadable photos and individual aircraft specifications, is available at ExcelAire's website, www.excelaire.com or by calling 1-800-773-9235.

Contact Information

  • For more information, contact:

    Lisa Hendrickson
    LCH Communications/for ExcelAire
    516-767-8390
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