“I have what it takes to create lasting business relationships with our clients in the constantly changing aviation industry. I bring knowledge and reason to the technical aspects of an aircraft transaction.”
After graduating with honors from Oldsmar Christian School in Oldsmar, Florida, Quinton enrolled in National Aviation Academy where he received an FAA Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) license. He is currently enrolled in Saint Petersburg College pursuing an associate degree in aviation maintenance management and plans to obtain a bachelor degree in aviation science at Texas A&M upon completion. Quinton is also a private pilot (single engine land) with a (multi engine land) add-on. He is currently enrolled in an FAA part 141 flight school to finish his instrument and commercial pilot’s ratings.
Quinton has over 5 years of experience in the professional aviation maintenance field working under several FAA part 145 maintenance repair facilities. His experience includes part 91, part 121 and part 135 operations on a variety of general and corporate aircraft including Cessna/Textron, Piper, Mooney, Gulfstream, Lear Jet, King Air, Pilatus, and Phenom/Embraer.
Quinton is looking forward to using his technical understanding of business aircraft and the aviation industry to help facilitate future aircraft transactions for a wide range of clients.