AINaudiocast: Keith Plumb, Executive AirShare President and COO

Executive AirShare President and COO Keith Plumb
Executive AirShare president and COO Keith Plumb stands in front of his company's 18th Embraer Phenom light jet. This airplane is the first to be assembled at Embraer's U.S. assembly facility in Melbourne, Fla.
December 6, 2011, 1:17 PM

On Monday December 5, Embraer delivered the first U.S.-assembled Phenom 100 light jet from its new Phenom final assembly facility at the Melbourne (Fla.) International Airport to Kansas City, Mo.-based Executive AirShare. This milestone airplane marked the 18th Phenom jet to enter the fractional provider’s fleet. At the delivery ceremony, AIN spoke with Executive AirShare president and COO Keith Plumb about his company’s latest addition to the fleet, as well as how its Phenoms are fairing overall.

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on December 7, 2011 - 10:20am


Congrats to ExecAirShare for all that you have accomplished with the growth of the company. I wish you guys much continued success.

Troy VanBuskirk

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