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Signum Aviation appoints Kyle Ferguson to head US business

Posted 14 October 2019 · Add Comment

Bespoke flight support company Signum Aviation, has announced the appointment of Kyle Ferguson to the position of Director of Operations, North America, to head its US business

Above: Kyle Ferguson, Director of Operations, North America.

Founded by Jonathan Gill in 2007, the business has grown substantially from a small office in the UK, to a global business supporting over 20,000 flights around the world each year with aircraft ranging in size from Cessna Mustangs through to Boeing 777s.

The Signum Aviation team.

Signum has has significant growth since its foundation, currently averaging a CAGR of 52.75% over the past six years.

Kyle joins the company from Avianis Systems, following a career that has taken him to the NBAA, ARINC and Honeywell.  Kyle will be responsible for the continued growth and customer service within the US.

Jonathan Gill, founder of Signum Aviation: “We are delighted to welcome Kyle to the team here at Signum Aviation to help continue the growth of our US business. 

"By having one of our senior executive team based in the US we’re able to enhance the service we provide to our existing clients, as well as growing our product offering to future ones.”

Kyle Ferguson added  ”I am delighted to have joined Signum Aviation at this exciting time in the company’s growth. 

"We offer a truly bespoke service to our clients, tailored to the individual requirements of both the passengers and crew and I’m looking forward to meeting existing and future clients in the coming months, as well as at NBAA.”


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