Expecting the Best, Planning for the Worst

April 21, 2021

“I’ve been to the good, the bad and the ugly,” says John Sullivan, managing partner and co-owner of the security consultancy Welsh Sullivan Group. “King Aerospace is definitely at the top of the good.” Sullivan recently wrapped up a five-month security assessment of the King Aerospace home office in Addison, TX, and its MRO in […]


A Professional Journey That Led Home

April 12, 2021

It’s good to be part of a family. King Aerospace Chief Financial Officer Scott Parkinson said his March 30 wings ceremony was an adoption of sorts. “It felt like I was being welcomed into the family,” says Parkinson. “(President) Jarid King was there and explained how I met the King Aerospace standards and why I […]


Inflight Wi-Fi and Connectivity Driving Upgrades

April 8, 2021

DALLAS, TX – Inflight Wi-Fi and connectivity continue to top the list of upgrades being scheduled at King Aerospace during major maintenance checks. The Texas-based, family-owned provider of aviation services says customers are coming out of the pandemic with a heightened need to make aircraft function as robustly as ground-based offices. “Connectivity is among the […]


From Logging to Government Contracting

April 5, 2021

By Noel Quinn King Aerospace senior proposal manager I’m at an enviable point in my career. I’m right where I want to be, doing just what I want to do: government contracting with King Aerospace. I don’t write this to brag, but to offer encouragement. If you don’t like the path you’re on, forge a […]


Leading by Serving: Trying Times Reveal Servant’s Heart

March 28, 2021

“When the going gets tough, the tough get going” could refer to the King Aerospace team. SVP Jeff Barstow, who joined the company last year, says his esteem for colleagues – already high – has only risen. The Arctic blast of subzero air that blanketed the country in February serves as a case in point. […]


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