Charter operator GrandView Aviation is relocating to a new headquarters at the end of the month. The company, which operates a fleet of Embraer Phenom 300s and helicopters, is moving to an 18,000-sq-ft office that is three miles from its base at Martin State Airport (KMTN) in Middle River, Maryland.
Over the past year, GrandView has swelled employment from 65 people to more than 120, with plans to hire more than 100 pilots, flight dispatchers, mechanics, and other support staff in 2022. Last year, the company recorded more than $50 million in revenue and logged 11,000 flight hours. Besides KMTN, it operates bases in Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, Phoenix, and Denver.
“Maryland has traditionally ranked as one of the smallest general aviation workforces,” said GrandView Aviation chief operating officer Jessie Naor. “But we are rapidly changing that; we have ambitious growth plans for our headquarters here in Middle River and look forward to growing our team, as well as our positive impacts on our community.”