Our Board of Advisors are aviation professionals with more than 300 years of combined business aviation experience. With unmatched experience ranging from business jet manufacturing to professional aircraft management and charter, to fractional operations, safety auditing, data analysis, publishing, and consulting, our Board insures that Business Aviation Advisor provides readers with the best, most current, and useful information they need to make informed and effective decisions about their investments in business aircraft use.
Chairman Emeritus, Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI)
Vice President, 2016 Recipient, NBAA’s Doswell Business Aviation Lifelong Achievement Award
Previously president and chairman of JSSI, Mr. Seno continues to provide counsel to its Board. Prior to JSSI, he held senior management positions in the business aircraft units at Boeing Capital Corp. and GE Capital Solutions. As VP of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Mr. Seno established its Office of Corporate Relations and Government Affairs, and was a member of its President’s Advisory Board and Board of Trustees.
He serves on the Boards of EAA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, and Duncan Aviation. Formerly on the Board of Governors of The Flight Safety Foundation, he was co-Chairman of the National Aircraft Resale Association.
President, Asset Insight, LLC
Mr. Kioussis’ 35+ years of aviation experience includes GE Capital Corporate Aircraft Finance, Jet Aviation, and Jet Support Services, Inc. His company offers valuations, audits, analytics, and consulting services, and its proprietary Asset Grading System provides a uniform methodology for evaluating a business aircraft’s maintenance condition. Mr. Kioussis serves as Board Secretary for the National Aircraft Finance Association, and has been Chairman of the National Aircraft Resale Association’s Products and Services Council. He holds a BS from Florida Institute of Technology, has completed graduate studies at New York’s Pace University toward a MBA in Finance, and is a licensed pilot.
Publishing Consultant & Advisor
Publisher, pilot, and tireless advocate, Dick Koenig has worked passionately for general and business aviation for 50+ years. VP/Publisher of Flying Magazine for four decades, founding director and treasurer of Women In Aviation International, he serves on the boards of Sun ’n Fun and NAA, and on the Angel Jet Network and Embry Riddle President’s Advisory Boards. A former board member of the Lindbergh Foundation and Corporate Angel Network, he was CAN’s Executive Director. He is a 21-year retired Army aviator flying helicopter gunships and Skycranes with two RVN tours, 5,000 hours, and ATP and CFII ratings in both fixed and rotary.
Vice President of Sales, JETNET, LLC
Paul Cardarelli, VP of Sales, JETNET, has been with the company from its inception in 1988, and today is responsible for all JETNET subscription sales worldwide. In 2011 he participated in the launch of the JETNET iQ Business Aviation Forecast Service tailored to the strategic planning needs of OEMs and tier I and II suppliers. Mr. Cardarelli is JETNET’s delegate to the NBAA Leadership Council, a member of the Business Aviation Subcommittee of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, and serves on the board of the National Aircraft Resale Association. He earned his private pilot certificate in 1981.
Rolland (Rollie) Vincent
President, Rolland Vincent Associates
Bringing his thirty five years’ aviation experience to bear on behalf of his clients, Mr. Vincent provides market research, industry forecasting, and strategic planning for the aerospace and aviation industries. Among his senior leadership positions in marketing, strategy, business development, and consulting are Vice President of Strategy & Business Development at Cessna, Director of International Airline Analysis at Bombardier Aerospace, Director of Marketing, Strategy and Business Development at Flexjet, and Director of Strategy and Communications at Learjet. Mr. Vincent has an MBA in International Business and Marketing, and a BA and MA in Urban and Economic Geography from McGill University.
President & CEO, ARGUS International
Mr. Moeggenberg has more than 30 years’ experience in the aviation industry, beginning as a Cessna Aircraft salesman and demonstration pilot. In 1977, he founded American Air Services, which was acquired by NetJets in 1987 and renamed Executive Jet Management (EJM). In 1992, he assumed additional responsibilities as president of NetJets. Mr. Moeggenberg left in 1995 to found ARGUS International, Inc., an aviation consulting and audit company specializing in market intelligence data and research services, aviation consulting, onsite safety audits, and Safety Management Systems (SMS) solutions. He is a commercial rated pilot with more than 4,000 hours of flight experience.
Vice President and Corporate Secretary, Conklin & de Decker Associates
In the business aviation industry for more than 25 years, Ms. Stubbs consults to numerous companies and individuals on aviation tax issues. Her expertise includes helping aircraft owners structure their ownership to maintain regulatory compliance. Instrumental in developing and supporting the Conklin & de Decker seminar program and marketing efforts, Ms. Stubbs developed the tax seminar program for the National Business Aviation Association during her tenure there. She holds a BA in Mathematics and a Master’s degree in Aeronautical Science. A co-owner of Conklin & de Decker, she is based at its Prescott, Arizona office.
John (Jack) M. Young
Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration
of Dassault Falcon Jet (Retired)
Mr. Young is the former Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration of Dassault Falcon Jet. Throughout his nearly five decades at Dassault, he was involved in the creation and purchase of various companies that expanded the company’s service and product offerings. His career at Dassault also included serving as president of Dassault Aviation Services and chairman of Aero Precision Repair & Overhaul. Mr. Young began his career with Pan Am at Cape Canaveral before joining its Business Jets Division, Dassault Falcon’s predecessor. Mr. Young holds a BA Industrial Engineering from the University of Florida, and an MBA from Rutgers University.