KCAC Aviation opens office at DuPage Airport

  • KCAC Aviation has opened a Pilatus Sales Office at DuPage Airport in West Chicago.

    KCAC Aviation has opened a Pilatus Sales Office at DuPage Airport in West Chicago. Courtesy of KCAC Aviation

 
Updated 5/21/2019 9:24 AM

WEST CHICAGO -- KCAC Aviation, an authorized sales and service center for Pilatus aircraft, has opened a Pilatus Sales Office at DuPage Airport in West Chicago.

Mark Riley, general manager of Kansas-based KCAC, said the new office "will help KCAC better serve its customers, especially with the introduction of the Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile Jet."

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Keith Plumb, who was recently appointed to regional director of Pilatus Sales for KCAC, will be responsible for new and pre-owned sales in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Plumb has over 25 years of aviation experience, most recently as president and CEO of Executive AirShare, a U.S. based fractional aircraft ownership company that he helped co-found. Plumb earned his Bachelor's Degree in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and has logged over 4,400 flight hours and has multiple type ratings.

Keith is well versed in both the turboprop and jet markets and I am excited to have him join the KCAC team. His passion for building relationships, coupled with his relentless pursuit to go above and beyond for his customers, represents the same philosophy that has propelled KCAC forward for 53 years," said Riley.

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