Executive AirShare promotes Trevor Hall to assistant chief pilot
Executive AirShare has promoted Trevor Hall to the position of assistant chief pilot. Hall joined the company in 2013 as a pilot for the Embraer Phenom 100 and Phenom 300 aircraft.
“Trevor exemplifies the type of crewmember our shareowners appreciate and expect. Well-qualified and highly skilled, Trevor handles his role as pilot-in-command with the utmost safety.”
Harry Mitchel, COO of Executive AirShare said: “Trevor exemplifies the type of crewmember our shareowners appreciate and expect. Well-qualified and highly skilled, Trevor handles his role as pilot-in-command with the utmost safety. But his dedication to exemplary customer service is what helps Executive AirShare deliver an outstanding experience to shareowners on each flight.”
Hall’s role includes planning to ensure safe flights and operations and ongoing mentorship of new captains and second-in-commands. He has amassed more than 4,600 hours of total flight time, with more than 3,300 of those as pilot-in-command. He is based at Executive AirShare’s recently expanded Fort Worth Meacham Airport operation hub.
Prior to joining Executive AirShare four years ago, Hall served as a flight instructor and contract pilot at Tubreaux Aviation in Shreveport, Louisiana. Hall’s promotion fills the spot left vacant by former assistant chief pilot Eric Franz, who now flies for Southwest Airlines.
Hall added: “Every day I’m able to fly fantastic aircraft and serve shareowners I get to know personally. Through this appointment, I’m honoured to have the opportunity to mentor others in the strong culture of family and professionalism Executive AirShare fosters and encourages.”