Jet Support Services (JSSI) named Neil Book as its new president and CEO on December 6, succeeding Louis Seno, who will serve as chairman emeritus and special advisor to the board of directors. Book has served on the company’s board for the past three years and earlier this year joinedJSSI as co-president, where he has led the sales, marketing and technical servicesteams.
JSSI (Stand 124) is a provider of hourly-cost maintenance programs for business aircraft operators, offering coverage for most types of jets, turboprops and turbine-powered helicopters with programs that include airframes, engines and auxiliary power units. Maintenance costs can be managed more efficiently under an hourly-cost program, by avoiding the need to save ahead of time or pay unexpected large sums for costly maintenance events that are covered under the program.
According to JSSI, “Seno will continue his active role as ambassador for JSSI, representing the company within the industry and participating in numerous advocacy groups.”
“We are excited for the future, here at JSSI, and I am proud to be a part of the talented and dedicated team of professionals that make JSSI what it is today,” said Book. “Our sights are set high for the growth of our business around the world, and our focus will continue to be on exceptional customer service.”