SPARROW Executive Jets President Leads Discussion at Upcoming National Air Transportation Association Summit

SPARROW Executive Jets (SEJ) has announced that its President, Jacquie Dalton, will serve as moderator for an important panel discussion at the National Air Transportation Association’s (NATA) Air Charter Summit (ACS). Scheduled for June 25th in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the summit will address critical issues affecting Part 135 operators.

The panel, titled “Business Aviation Under the Microscope & in the Crosshairs: Media Perspectives,” will include insights from a panel of industry experts:

  • Curt Epstein – Senior Editor, AIN Media Group
  • David Rimmer – President, BlissJet LLC & Co-Host, Air Charter 101 Podcast
  • Andrew Schmertz – CEO & Co-Founder, Hopscotch Air, Inc. & Chair, NATA’s Air Charter Committee
  • Doug Gollan – President & Editor-in-Chief, Private Jet Card Comparisons

This session aims to delve into the major topics influencing Part 135 operators and provide participants with insights to navigate the challenges and opportunities of today’s business aviation landscape.

Jacquie Dalton, founder and president of SEJ, is known for her extensive experience in Part 135 aircraft management and charter brokering. Her commitment to flight safety led to the creation of the FlySAFE System™, a pioneering approach in the jet charter industry that enhances both flight safety and customer experience.

SPARROW Executive Jets specializes in executive jet charter brokerage, offering a high-quality, safe, and secure private air travel experience. The company’s FlySAFE System™ emphasizes flight safety, exceptional customer service, and robust financial stability.

The upcoming summit is poised to be a significant event for professionals in the aviation sector, focusing on current trends and future directions in air charter services.

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