Skyservice restructures, hires Silverman
Skyservice has announced a new organisational structure to “further enhance client engagement and drive growth opportunities”.
The US business aviation company will be split into three global strands: Business Aviation, Fixed-Base Operations and Aircraft Maintenance.
Ronald Silverman will join the company as president, Business Aviation.
“Together, these changes align with the company’s business strategy and advance Skyservice’s ability to deliver personalized service and safety excellence, promote operational efficiency and position the company for future growth,” said a spokesperson.
Silverman, who was previously chief commercial officer at Jet Linx, will oversee the aircraft sales, charter, and sales and acquisition divisions. He will also be responsible for the global operations centre, flight operations and pilot and crew activity.
Before Jet Link, Silverman was president of Vista US, chief commercial officer of XO and senior vice president at Executive Jet Management (EJM), a NetJets company.
“Ron has an outstanding history of delivering top-line results and operational achievements in business aviation,” said Skyservice’s president and CEO Ben Murray.
“With our ongoing expansion and commitment to serving the global aviation community, Ron’s customer-first mindset will help us achieve our goal of revolutionizing business aviation services to provide a personalized and world-class experience for everyone.”
In other Skyservice leadership roles, Ty Dubay will become president, Fixed-Base Operations, Paul Weeks will lead Aircraft Maintenance and Mirjana Bosnic becomes chief human resources officer.