Ross Aviation Names Brian Corbett Chief Executive OfficerGo back to news
Ross Aviation is pleased to announce that Brian Corbett has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer, and Jeff Ross has assumed the role of Chairman. Both Brian and Jeff will support the network from Ross Aviation’s home base in Denver, Colorado.
Corbett was most recently Chief Experience Officer at Inspirato, the luxury hospitality company he co-founded in 2011. Corbett’s proven success building an innovative travel brand, maintaining outstanding assets, leading operations and serving discerning consumers will strengthen Ross Aviation’s position as an outstanding service provider in the fixed base operation (FBO) industry. “Ross Aviation is a successful and growing international network that stands out due to its passionate and caring team and great facilities. I look forward to working with my colleagues from the Cayman Islands to Alaska to further strengthen our brand on operational excellence, outstanding customer experiences, and growth,” said Corbett.
“Brian will leverage the executive team’s collective 84+ years of aviation experience and brings welcomed entrepreneurial, hospitality leadership to our industry."
Ross Aviation is expanding, and in his new role as Chairman, Jeff Ross will leverage his decades of experience and industry knowledge in the pursuit of new FBO acquisitions that complement the company’s network; serve customers, partners and communities in accordance with Ross Aviation’s high standards; and generate long-term value. Since acquiring six FBOs in 2016, Ross Aviation’s portfolio has grown to 16 FBOs located at 14 airports.
“Brian will leverage the executive team’s collective 84+ years of aviation experience and brings welcomed entrepreneurial, hospitality leadership to our industry. The Ross Aviation team and I could not be more excited to partner with Brian as we integrate our new and exciting investments, and we look forward to further growth through additional strategic acquisitions and existing base expansions,” said Ross.