Business Plan for New Airline HausAir Mission Statement HausAir fixed base operation will provide the highest quality of flight instruction and comfortable charter services to the public; without compromising an ounce of safety, at a price lower than the competition. Human Resources/ Management Functions Breakdown of initial staff to begin at HausAir. (1) Manager/Owner Jason Bushouse (1) Assistant Manager Jeff Doyle (5) Receptionist/Clerical Jason Henderson (Full Time) Julie Vanek (Full Time) Roseanne Francis (Full Time) Pamela Laurie (Full Time) Art Wegner (Part Time) (6) Flight Instructors (Chief) Adam MacDonald (Full Time) Brent Ivey (Full Time) Janessa Luncford (Full Time) James Bushouse (Full Time) Ron Hallaux (Full Time) Randy Renolds (Full Time) (4) Pilot (Chief) Jason Bushouse Tim Dolenz Trevor Blackmer Dwayne Clemmens (4) Mechanics (Chief) Greg Radd (IA; Full Time) Lee Coss (A&P; Full Time) Joan Laukner (A&P; Full Time) Miguel Sanchez (A&P; Full Time) (4) Line Attendents Josh Hodny (Full Time) Mara Kennelly (Full Time) Brett Carlson (Part Time) Tommy Snellings (Part Time) (1) Sales Personnel Mike Campea FBO Organizational Chart Flight Office Service Finance Sales Job Description: Flight Instructor The HausAir flight instructors will follow some basic guidelines. They will be responsible for: - Student training for appropriate licenses - Maintaining proficiency in maneuvers - Proficiency required flight knowledge - Proficiency instructional techniques - Promoting a positive image of general aviation - Perform duties assigned by chief pilot - Maintaining safe and professional habits The position requires a minimum commercial multi-engine land instrument airplane and CFI certificate and those without a CFII will be expected to obtain the certificate within 6 months of start date. Instructors must be able to train a student from wherever their current ability level is to proficiency to the practical test standards for the certificate desired. Instructors will be required to follow HausAir flight training syllabus unless there is prior approval from the chief flight instructor. Instructors will be expected to give biannual flight reviews, checkouts to customers planning to rent aircraft an... ...n income of $5480 with a profit of 2200 a month. Fuel will be stored and fueled by the fuel truck. Line service will fuel all incoming aircraft, regardless of size. Supplies HausAir will carry a wide selection of supplies and keep current with charts, approach plates, books and other aviation publications. We can make between 40-60% profit but will charge what competitors like sportys pilot shop charge. We will match their price and work prices around that range. Insurance Insurance is an important protection for this FBO. Due to the high amount of risk involved in aviation it will be important to hold monthly safety meetings, and have rotating safety officer schedule that will change every day. There are many different kinds of insurance that we must purchase. Some of the insurance coverage that is required: Aircraft hull Aircraft liability Passenger liability Hangar liability Product liability Fire and Natural disaster coverage Auto full coverage Comprehensive public liability Bibliography http://www.airplane.com/be58.htm Richardson, Rodwell, & Baty (1995) Essentials of Aviation Management. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company.
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