Corporate Aviation

New A&P Program Benefits Both Students and Employers

July 22, 2021

DALLAS, TX – Critical-skills positions require a talent pool specifically trained for those jobs. A new airframe and powerplant (A&P) program being developed at Southern Oklahoma Technology Center in Ardmore, OK, serves to increase a skills-based workforce for such leading area employers as King Aerospace. King Aerospace held a luncheon on June 29 for program […]

Paying It Forward

July 12, 2021

King Kulture – treating others with respect, making a positive difference in the lives of others and a mission of service greater than self – has a life-changing impact. Retired U.S. Air Force contracting officer Dennis Burdine says it has transformed his outlook. After retirement, Burdine got to know founder Jerry King on a more […]

Serving as a Good Shepherd

July 7, 2021

When Steve Sawyer joined the King Aerospace team five years ago, he quickly felt at home. As a retired U.S. Navy Master Chief with 30 years in the service, Sawyer says King’s Cornerstone Principles and expressions of King Kulture use different words, but the meaning mirrors much of the Navy’s philosophy. The Navy’s unofficial motto […]

Rethink Your Corporate Jet Interior, Not Just Your Office

May 19, 2021

The pandemic has caused us to rethink the modern office. People discovered they could work effectively from home, and in many cases, they want to continue that in a hybrid of home and office. Management is looking at how this shift affects staffing and office spaces. If you haven’t asked yourself these questions yet, perhaps […]

What It Means to Earn Your Wings

May 13, 2021

Back in 2012, when Jeff Barstow started interacting with the King Aerospace team in his role as Boeing Business Jets chief operating officer and director of business operations, he noticed a number of things. Team members seemed guided by something other than money. They looked to turn every challenge into a win-win for all. And […]

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