Kansas City, MO – FBO Executive Beechcraft has enjoyed seven, long decades as an integral part of the Kansas City and St. Louis communities. In fact, Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius and Missouri Governor Matt Blunt noted the company’s business leadership and longevity in both states with official proclamations declaring November 15, 2008 as Executive Beechcraft Day.
The company is considered one of the most well recognized general aviation fixed-base operators in the country, specializing in aircraft sales and support, maintenance, avionics and aircraft management. Outside the aviation industry specifically, Executive Beechcraft likely touched the lives of many Kansas and Missouri individuals in those same 70 years – whether it was a neighbor learning to fly, a child watching his or her first air show or a dad leaving for a business trip.
“We’ve been here through it all,” says Ed Chevrestt, Vice President and General Manager of Executive Beechcraft. “In fact, EB’s downtown Kansas City facility even dates back to the founding days of Trans World Airlines (TWA), where Howard Hughes himself had an office.”