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Here We Grow Again!

New World Aviation, Inc. is very pleased to announce that Mr. Ronald “Ron” Gottschalk, has joined our team as Vice President, Business Development and Aircraft Acquisition. Mr. Gottschalk, has an impressive 35 years of Aviation experience which all started when he acquired his private pilot license in Hays, Kansas, in 1978. Ron brings several years of aircraft sales experience to New World Aviation enhancing a much desired value added service for all of our clients.

Ron then received formal Aviation Education when he attended The Spartan School of Aeronautics in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ron’s love of flying, led him to earn his commercial/instrument/multi engine and CFI/MEI certificates while attending The Spartan School. Mr. Gottschalk also holds several jet type ratings and to date, has successfully logged over 5,500 accident free hours during his profession.

Prior to joining the Senior Management of New World Aviation, Inc., and in the course of his executive career, Ron has acquired 15 plus years of experience in the Charter and Management side of Aviation during his tenure with Raytheon Aircraft Charter and Management (RACM) as their General Manager and National Sales Manager. More recently Ron was instrumental in the growth of Sentient Jet where he served as the Vice President of Business Development.

In addition to his noteworthy achievements listed above, Ron has held senior management positions while at Cessna Jet Marketing Division (CJMD), and served at the Branch Manager level early in his career while at Aviall.

About New World Aviation
New World Aviation is a privately-owned and employee vested interest aviation company providing high-altitude service and safety to discerning clients. Since launching the company in 1998, New World Aviation’s exacting standards have earned them a leader’s reputation in worldwide charter, aircraft management, maintenance and avionics support. The company was built on a foundation of safety and retains the highest ratings available, surpassing industry standards in annual training and certification requirements for all flight and maintenance staff. To learn more, click here.