With an eye on its long-term growth plan, flyExclusive is repositioning its executives to better align with the company’s long-term goals focused on customer service, innovation, and growth. Company founder Jim Segrave will continue to serve as chairman while also serving as CEO, Mike Guina will assume the role of chief strategy officer, and Tommy Sowers will continue to serve as president while also taking on the role of chief operating officer.
In his new role, Guina will be focusing on advancing strategic growth initiatives across the company including fleet composition, tools and integration, MRO sales, and more. Sowers’ responsibilities will include increasing operational efficiencies such as vertical integration of the company divisions, profitability through aircraft utilization, employee retention and growth, and ongoing technology advancements.
FlyExclusive, which now has 600 employees, is continuing to hire at its corporate headquarters in Kinston, North Carolina, as well as at locations across the country.
“Every day, each one of us wakes up and asks how we can perform better than yesterday. Good enough isn’t good enough,” said Segrave. “It’s with this commitment in mind that we’re making changes to how we drive innovation at flyExclusive. I’m proud to work alongside Mike and Tommy as we continue to make flyExclusive a go-to in the private aviation space as well as a destination for talent for generations to come.”
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