Carver Aero Is Now Revv Aviation

 - May 3, 2022, 5:50 PM
With six midwestern FBOs under its belt along with maintenance facilities, charter operation, aircraft management, and a flight school, Carver Aero's owners have rebranded the company as Revv Aviation. (Photo: Revv Aviation)

Illinois-based aviation services provider Carver Aero has rebranded itself as Revv Aviation, a move the company describes as a reflection of the rapid growth it has experienced over the past two years.

Early in 2020, CL Enterprises acquired Carver Aero, which at the time consisted of the FBOs at Iowa’s Davenport Municipal and Muscatine Municipal Airports, a Part 135 charter operation, and a Part 145 repair station at Davenport.

Since then, it has gone on to add the Advanced Air FBO, flight school, charter operation, and maintenance shop at Council Bluffs Municipal Airport in Iowa; Janesville Jet Center, the lone service provider at Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport; and  LumanAir Aviation Services, an FBO at Aurora Municipal Airport near Chicago, along with aircraft maintenance and servicing company ATS Illinois. It also was recently awarded a five-year lease to take over as the sole service provider at Schaumburg Regional Airport in Illinois.

“Our vision is to be a trusted provider of FBO services for many communities throughout the Midwest and beyond for many decades,” explained CL Enterprises chairman Peter Limberger.  An avid pilot, Limberger added that one of his goals is to bring the excitement of flying to school children by encouraging them to come out to the airport to see and touch airplanes. “Revv Aviation will build on the legacies of aviation family businesses throughout the Midwest and provide long-term careers and good-paying jobs in an expanding industry,” he said.