Steve Betts joins Metropolitan Aviation


Alan Cook

Metropolitan Aviation based at Manassas has appointed Steve Betts as director of maintenance.

Betts brings nearly 40 years of professional maintenance and avionics experience to Metropolitan Aviation’s growing fleet of business jet aircraft.

A graduate of the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics, Betts has completed numerous Flight Safety Courses for the Gulfstream, Falcon, Sikorsky, Hawker and Beech King Air aircraft models, as well as a number of avionics safety courses for the Honeywell and Rockwell-Collins product lines. Most recently he was director of Maintenance at Capital Aviation.

Alan Cook, owner and CEO of Metropolitan Aviation says: “Steve’s wealth of experience and commitment to safety, integrity and value will lead the expansion of our maintenance department and ensure the highest professional standards to keep our fleet of 10 corporate aircraft in service for our clients.”

Manassas Airport is 20 minutes from Washington’s Dulles International Airport. Metropolitan Aviation operates one Gulfstream GV, two Falcon 900s, two Falcon 50s, one Hawker 800, one Challenger 601, one Citation Ultra, a Citation Eagle and a Piper Cheyenne.