Frank moved to Denver, Colorado with his wife in 2003 to work for Raytheon/Flight Options as a Mechanic and QA Inspector.
“Flight Options was one of the largest fractional ownership operators in the country. It was my first exposure to business aircraft. With its large and diverse fleet, it gave me the chance to work on aircraft from most major OEMs, including Dassault Falcons, Bombardier Challengers, Gulfstreams, Cessna Citations, Embraers and Hawkers.”
Frank’s focus on maintenance tracking began in 2006 when he joined Avtrak as a Senior Compliance Specialist and became Cessna Citation Crew Chief.
In 2012, Frank and his family moved to Savannah, Georgia, so he could join Gulfstream as a Maintenance Analyst with CMP – the company’s proprietary maintenance tracking program. Managing the maintenance of more than 90 Gulfstream aircraft – from the legacy Astra to the top-of-the-line G650 – Frank developed relationships with Gulfstream operators worldwide.