Corporate Aviation

What It Means to Serve

January 7, 2021

By Jarid King My dad has been studying servant leadership before the phrase was coined back in the 1970s, so I grew up with the concept. Putting others’ needs before our own sounds simple, but it takes dedicated effort. Both for individuals and organizations. But it has become our secret sauce. Last fall, we embarked […]

King Aerospace Growing, Even During Pandemic

December 22, 2020

DALLAS, TX – Global pandemics make it difficult to plan. King Aerospace has always taken a conservative approach to growth, preferring to have the proverbial bird in the hand rather than the two in the bush. So, when the company announced plans last May to add a new 90,000-square-foot hangar, it was only after enjoying […]

Breathe Freely

October 15, 2020

People own and operate private aviation aircraft because they want to save time and use it optimally – whether that’s beating the competition in securing a deal or arriving at a critical meeting ready and rested. COVID-19 is subtly shifting the value proposition. You’ve heard the axiom, You don’t have anything without your health. It’s […]

The Show Must Go On

October 5, 2020

Everyone involved in business aviation had planned on being in Orlando this month for NBAA-BACE. We hate that we can’t be and know you do, too. Joni Mitchell said it best with her ’60s lyrics: “Don’t it always seem to go, you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone.” We miss this important time […]

King Aerospace Names New CFO

September 3, 2020

DALLAS, TX – Scott Parkinson has joined King Aerospace as chief financial officer. His background includes more than 30 years of experience providing financial oversight of both domestic and international operations and working with the myriad regulations associated with U.S. government contracts. “Scott’s expertise, drive and values make him a perfect fit for our management […]

Media Contact

Sign Up for Our News