Sun Air Jets announces new director of safety and FBO operations


Sun Air Jets has announced the appointment of James Evans as the new director of
safety and FBO operations for the expanding organization.

As the director, Evans will support the company as it further develops its fleet and its dedicated team.

Evans has almost ten years of aviation industry experience in various roles within different
organizations. His unique skills and industry experience will amplify Sun Air Jets’ established
reputation for quality in private aviation and management services, providing another critical
ingredient in its successful growth and client satisfaction strategy.

Evans has held multiple positions within the operational management divisions at a Big Four
airline spanning across three major international airports. Most recently, Evans oversaw QA/
QC, safety, record keeping and compliance before transitioning to business aviation.

The Sun Air Jets team welcomes Evans to the leadership team as the newest in a series of
corporate enhancements and initiatives that will reinforce the stability of the Sun Air Jets
brand as it continues to grow and flourish.

“Sun Air is thrilled to add James to the management team”, said Brian Counsil, President of
Sun Air Jets. “His diverse experience has already made a positive impact on the organization
and will bolster Sun Air’s continued pursuit of industry-leading safety excellence. His
operational prowess will only further enhance our customer experience.”

Evans said, “I am excited to transition into this new role as director of safety. Sun Air
Jets prides itself in operating one of the safest rated private fleets in the nation, with
accreditations in all four of the major safety audit standards. I look forward to furthering our
impeccable safety and risk management culture and building upon our decades long
foundation of exemplary standards.”

Evans possesses a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations/Business from The University of
Texas and he’s currently working to complete his private pilot’s license.

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