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Ross Aviation Appoints New General Manager at Thermal FBO (KTRM)

THERMAL, Calif. / March 15, 2017 / GENERAL AVIATION NEWS – Ross Aviation is pleased to announce the addition of Tim Goulet as general manager of Ross Aviation Thermal (KTRM). 

Goulet brings 34 years of aviation industry experience to the Ross Aviation team, having most recently worked for Universal Weather and Aviation as its business development manager in the greater Palm Springs area. Goulet also serves as a board member of the Southern California Business Aviation Association (SCBAA).

“We are excited to have Tim join our team,” said Jeff Ross, CEO of Ross Aviation. “We look forward to working with him in Thermal and benefiting from his expertise.”

At Ross Aviation TRM, the staff’s primary focus is uniting exceptional customer service and uncompromising safety standards. The team at TRM provides expert services backed by more than 30 years of FBO experience. And with its convenient location, Ross Aviation TRM lands pilots closer to southern California’s hottest spots: Joshua Tree National Park, the Salton Sea, Palm Springs, Horse Shows in the Sun, and the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. With full services for general aviation up to a 757, guests can rest assured their aircraft are in the most adept hands.

Operating six premier FBOs, Ross Aviation brings extensive experience to the corporate aviation community, practicing advanced standards by valuing customer relationships, innovation, quality, safety and security to further connect people through the accessibility afforded by business aviation. The company's principals combine more than 100 years of hands-on experience in identifying and acquiring opportunities, solving problems, fostering growth and creating value in the FBO industry.

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