Thu, Apr 19, 2012
Pilot Annette Vitello Named To The Post
Ms. Annette Vitello has been named as the new Director of Operations for American Jet International. Ms. Vitello will be responsible for the day to day operations of the flight department, including management and control of business development and growth of the company.
Originally from Indiana, Vitello (pictured) brings with her over 28 years of corporate and air carrier experience with seven years in management. She has logged 8,200 hours as a pilot, including time as a Boeing 727 captain. Vitello previously served as the Director of Operations with air carriers operating large to small jets, ME & SE turboprops and helicopters. She also served in management roles at Million Air Medford’s charter department and Fixed Base Operation (FBO).
“Her proven leadership skills and vast pilot experience will allow American Jet International to continue to strengthen their general aviation partnerships while focusing on expanding and developing new relationships,” said Roger Woolsey, Chief Executive Officer of American Jet International.
Annette holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aviation Technology from Purdue University and when she is not flying or focused on the new responsibilities, she loves spending time with her three children.
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