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“Skyline was able to get me to my meeting in Northern Vermont on time with no advance notice! I was back in my office in Central Massachusetts that afternoon — 2 hours ahead of my anticipated return. This allowed me to attend another meeting that I would've normally missed. The time savings alone was well worth the trip. With their new aircraft, it was a very comfortable, professional, and pleasurable flight.”
— Jon L. Heslin
“A recent trip involved picking up three people, all at different locations. The three travelers were picked up in NH, MA and CT, dropped off for a meeting in NYC, and then returned to their original locations. Skyline got us where we needed to be on time and without a hitch. They keep abreast of current weather conditions and stay in touch with their passengers to keep them up to date on any changes that might be necessary. The pilots are very personable and professional and have continually provided a comfortable flying experience.”
— John R. Siemienowicz
Ken Brown - Director of Operations, Pilot
BS Business/Engineering, Antioch College MS Computer Science, Shippensburg University
Ken learned to fly in 1996 in Cessna 152s and 172s. In 1997 he bought a Cessna 172 for business and personal travel. When Cirrus announced their new SR20, Ken ordered one and waited two years for delivery. In 2003 he moved up to an SR22 and has been hooked ever since.
Hobbies: “I love to travel.”
Ken’s philosophy on flying:“Airplanes have it all – they are sophisticated machines that must be thoroughly ‘understood’. Operating them safely requires discipline and unemotional decision-making, and I love that challenge. Mastery of the machine rewards the pilot with a beautiful view of the natural and manmade landscape, the physical challenge of 3-D flight and quick transportation to unusual destinations.”
Steve Bennett - Chief Pilot
Steve has been an active pilot for almost 30 years, holds FAA Commercial, Instrument and Flight Instructor ratings, and has accumulated nearly 5000 hours of flight experience.
As an electrical engineer, Steve has worked in the field of aviation electronics since 1992. In fact, he was a member of the design team for a manufacturer of some of the equipment currently installed in our state-of-the-art Cirrus aircraft.
Whether exploring small airports throughout the Northeast, taking flying vacations to the Bahamas or just hosting hangar parties on Friday nights, Steve and his family have made aviation a central part of their lives.
Richard B. Riley - Pilot
Richard, nicknamed Bo, has been an active pilot for more than ten years. He has an FAA Commercial Pilot license and is a Certified Flight Instructor. Bo has flown more than 2,000 hours in many different aircraft.
Bo’s interests don’t stop at flying. Not only is Bo a professional musician who plays the French Horn, he also handcrafts harpsichords. Bo has performed as a soloist, played with the Boston Pops, Boston Ballet, Boston Philharmonic, and nearly 20 other orchestras.
When not flying or performing, you can find Bo riding his BMW motorcycle, target shooting, or vacationing at his island home in Maine.
Brian Clockedile – Director of Maintenance
Brian received his Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics Certificate in 1993 from East Coast Aero Tech.
Since then Brian has been based out of the Worcester Regional Airport. While in Worcester, Brian worked for two companies: Air Services, and Horizon Air Services. During his employment with Horizon he received his Inspector Authorization rating.
In 2004 Brian opened Mass Aviation Services. Mass Aviation Services was certified as an Authorized Cirrus Service Center in March of 2006. Brian has completed the CAPS training and additional advanced training for Cirrus aircraft maintenance, which makes him a natural as Director of Maintenance for the Skyline Flight fleet.
In his spare time Brian enjoys spending time with his wife and three lovely children. Brian’s other passion is working on his trucks.
Robin Merlo – Administrator
Robin has been working as an Administrator in the field of aviation for the past ten years. She has worked as Office Manager for two different maintenance companies located at the Worcester Regional Airport.
Robin also worked as a Facilities Supervisor for Solectron Corporation out of Westborough, MA, and as a Project Coordinator for Boston Interiors Construction in Manchester, NH.
Robin and her husband of 26 years have raised three great children. In addition to spending time with her family, Robin enjoys cooking, reading, and gardening.
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