LOUISVILLE, CO. – May 25, 2004 – Aircell announces the appointment of Tom Myers to the position of Director, Marketing.
In his new position, Myers will be responsible for all aspects of Aircell marketing, and will oversee all corporate communications, brand management, product positioning, advertising, and media relations activities.
He reports to Bill Peltola, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, who commented, “Aircell is focused on maintaining its position as the leader in airborne telecommunications, and to that end, we’re extremely pleased to have a marketing strategist with Tom’s level of experience and capabilities join our management team.”
Prior to joining Aircell, Myers most recently served as a Senior Account Executive with advertising agency fd2s in Denver, CO. There, he provided marketing communications services and counsel to the firm’s aerospace clientele, which included Pilatus Business Aircraft, FlightSafety International, Embraer Aircraft, and others. Earlier in his career, he was Director of Marketing at Elliott Aviation, a multi-location aviation services organization headquartered in Moline, IL.
A graduate of The Ohio State University, Myers is an experienced pilot that holds a Commercial Pilot certificate with Instrument & Multi-engine ratings, and is a Certified Flight Instructor. He resides in Centennial, CO, with his wife and two children, and can be reached at 303.379.0237 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aircell® is the leader in global airborne telecommunications for the Business Aviation market. Its products are offered by virtually every fixed- and rotor-wing airframe manufacturer in business aviation, and are installed aboard the world’s four largest fractional ownership fleets. A single-source, turnkey provider of equipment, service, and technical support, Aircell simplifies airborne communications and keeps you In Touch, In Flight®.
The 2006 winner of the FCC’s exclusive broadband frequency license, Aircell is also pioneering a revolutionary new wireless broadband system for North America. Available only from Aircell, it will include robust Wi-Fi hotspots that enable airline passengers to surf the Internet, use e-mail, and log on to their corporate VPN’s using their personal 802.11a/b/g-equipped Wi-Fi data devices. The system will also offer airline operational communications capabilities and provide a path to a wealth of future cabin services.
Set for introduction in 2008, the new broadband service will also be available to business aircraft operators, offering a similar set of features.
Aircell (www.aircell.com) has facilities in Louisville, Colorado, and Itasca, Illinois, USA.