Salem NH - Citing continued growth in the commercial sector as well as strong performances in other key markets, Air Charter brokerage Air Planning's 2022 gross revenue increased by double digits over the previous year. "Our expansion efforts are working as we continue to grow in markets, disrupting and challenging competitors," said Aaron Yust, Air Planning's Vice President of Sales and Business Development.
The company also posted a record gross profit, with 2022 exceeding last year's best annual performance since its inception in 1999. "We are doing a lot of things well. New talent, new approaches, and technology investments have really helped us to compete against some much larger companies, and some of them are going to be surprised to see Air Planning winning business where we hadn't been a player before," said Scott Bickford, Air Planning's CEO.
In 2023, the company plans to continue with its aggressive hiring efforts to add talent in a number of markets. "Scaling had been a challenge for us, but we have focused on infrastructure and making other changes that are enabling us to grow and add talent faster than we ever have," said Bickford.
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Mindy Tison, Client Services Manager
For Immediate Release