Florida-based Elite Jets Charters has promoted two of its pilots to top-level positions at the four-year-old charter operator and aircraft management firm. Mark London, previously general manager, and Stephen Myers, formerly assistant chief pilot, have been promoted to president and executive v-p, respectively.
London assumes a role previously held by founder Dan Randolph, who remains CEO. As president, London will oversee Elite Jets’ day-to-day operations. Before joining Elite Jets, London was president of London Aviation Group, which offered helicopter sightseeing tours, flight training, aerial photography, and maintenance. In his new role, Myers will oversee operations such as flight scheduling, aircraft maintenance, information technology, and sales and marketing, as well as assist with the company’s strategic growth.
Based at Naples Airport with a fleet of four Embraer Phenom 300s, a Legacy 500, and a Bell 407 helicopter, Elite Jets operates from a recently opened 60,000-sq-ft terminal serving a client base comprising seasonal and full-time residents, as well as business executives with second homes in the area.