Will Remain As Consultant
Fractional jet operator
NetJets, the worldwide leader in private aviation solutions,
announced Wednesday that Bill Boisture (right) has resigned as
president of NetJets Aviation. Boisture, who has formed a
consulting company, will be retained as a consultant to NetJets
Inc., under a long-term agreement, and will support and assist the
company on several strategic projects.
"Bill has made a strong mark on the NetJets operations," said
Richard Santulli, chairman and CEO of NetJets. "His contributions
have exceeded my expectations and, by retaining him as a
consultant, we will continue to benefit from his management
expertise and be in a position to apply his experience across all
the NetJets companies."
Since arriving at NetJets in October 2003, Boisture has focused
on high priority projects and processes at NetJets Aviation, the
core of NetJets' business and its largest company.
During his tenure at NetJets Aviation, Boisture tackled several
complex tasks with long-term impacts on the company. As was reported in Aero-News,
he most recently completed the negotiations of five-year labor
contracts with the company's pilots and flight attendants.
In addition, Boisture led changes that paved the way for
operational improvements in planning, forecasting, scheduling,
command and control, aircraft maintenance and management
information systems. The changes have led to increased fleet
availability, reduced operating costs and improved customer
"As a consultant to
NetJets, I remain committed to the company's long-term success,"
said Boisture. "I look forward to continuing my association with
this fine company, its employees and Owners."
NetJets Inc. provides private aviation solutions throughout the
world. NetJets fractional aircraft ownership allows individuals and
companies to buy a piece of a private business jet at a fraction of
the cost of whole aircraft ownership, and guarantees availability
365 days a year with just a few hours' notice.