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Airlines

Name: ARROW CARGO
7JetSet7 Code: ARW
Status: Currently Not Operational
Region: NORTH AMERICA
City: MIAMI
Country: USA
Employees 132
Web: arrowair.com
Email: sales@arrowair.com
Telephone: +1 (305) 871-6606
Fax: +1 (305) 871 4232
Sita: MIAHQFB
Background
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Click below for data links:
ARW-2007-STATS-A
ARW-AD-A
ARW-JAN05-A
ARW-MAY05-A
ARW-MAY05-B
ARW-MAY05-C
ARW-MAY05-D
ARW-MAY05-E
ARW-MAY05-F
ARW-NOV04
ARW-NOV04-A
ARW-OCT04
ARW-OCT04-A
ARW-SEP05-A

FORMED IN 1947. REACTIVATED IN 1981. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED AND CHARTER, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
2000 NW 62ND AVENUE, BUILDING 711
MIAMI, FLORIDA 33152-3726, USA

ADDRESS:
PO BOX 523726
MIAMI, FL 33152-3726, USA

USA (United States of America) was established in 1776, it covers an area of 9,363,123 sq km, its population is 280 million, its capital city is Washington DC, and its official language is English.

JUNE 1994: TO ATLANTA, BOGOTA, COSTA RICA, GUAYAQUIL, NEW YORK, PANAMA, SAN JUAN, & QUITO, WITH WORLDWIDE CHARTERS.

1ST 5 MONTHS = -49.6% (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC, 68.1% LF LOAD FACTOR.

JON BACHELOR (SON OF FOUNDER GEORGE), CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENT, & CEO.

MARCH 1995: GROUNDED BY THE (FAA) FOR RECORD KEEPING & DOCUMENT DISCREPANCIES ON ENGINE COMPONENTS = $1.5 MILLION FINE.

KEN WILSON, VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, EX-SOUTHERN AIR TRANSPORT (STT).

JUNE 1995: THE (FAA) OK'S OPERATIONS WITH 6 OF 13 DC-8'S. FOUND NEW "HOMES" FOR THEIR 1 727-100F, AND 9 727-200'S.

SEPTEMBER 1995: NOW HAS BASE IN SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO.

DC-8-63F TO NEW YORK KENNEDY (JFK).

DECEMBER 1995: DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) APPROVES CARGO SERVICE, MIAMI (MIA), TO QUITO, & GUAYAQUIL (DC-8-62F).

JANUARY 1996: MIAMI (MIA) TO BUENOS AIRES.

1 L-1011-200F, 23 88 INS X 125 INS, PALLETS ON MAIN DECK, TOTAL PAYLOAD 127,000 LBS, RANGE 3,000 MILES.

APRIL 1996: 1 727-200F (22439) TO (TFU).

JUNE 1996: TERENCE FENSOME, EX-LAKER (LAK) PRESIDENT, & CEO, REPLACES JON BATCHELOR (SON OF FOUNDER), WHO IS NOW SENIOR VP SALES/MARKETING.

JULY 1996: 2ND L-1011 REPLACES DC-8, ON SAN JUAN, ATLANTA, MIAMI (MIA), CALI, MEDELLIN, CHARTER SERVICES.

SEPTEMBER 1996: DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD) REINSTATES ARROW (ARW) AS AN AUTHORIZED, AIR CARGO CARRIER.

MARSHALL AEROSPACE TO DO 2 L-1011-200'S CONVERSIONS TO CARGO, FOR (IAL), WHO LEASE THEM TO ARROW (ARW).

MARCH 1997: TERENCE FENSOME, PRESIDENT RESIGNS AND IS REPLACED BY JONATHAN BATCHELOR.

1ST QUARTER = -$3.25 MILLION (-$4.32 MILLION).

MAY 1997: NOW LARGEST ALL-CARGO CARRIER AT SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO. 20% MARKET SHARE AFTER INTRO OF L-1011 FROM ATLANTA, & MIAMI.

1996 = 185.0 MILLION (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (143.3 MILLION).

JUNE 1997: AWARDED 29 CHARTER CARGO FLIGHTS TO BRAZIL.

JULY 1997: 1996 = -$11.30 MILLION (-$10.18 MILLION) (NET LOSS). 2ND QUARTER = -$2.08 MILLION (-$2.75 MILLION).

SEPTEMBER 1997: WILL OPERATE >20 WEEKLY FLIGHTS FROM HARTFORD TO SAN JUAN, FOR (LEP) PROFIT INTERNATIONAL, USING DC-8'S, AND L-1011'S.

MIAMI (MIA) - IQUITOS SERVICE.

OCTOBER 1997: SELECTS UNIVERSAL AVIONICS SYSTEMS, ARIZONA, TO SUPPLY UNS-1K (GPS)-BASED, FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM, FOR 8 DC-8-60F'S.

3RD QUARTER = -2.58 MILLION (-$1.92 MILLION).

JAN 1998: (http;//www.arrowair.com).

HOUSTON (HOU) - IQUITOS.

FEBRUARY 1998: HOUSTON NON-STOPS TO POINTS IN SOUTH AMERICA.

DC-8-62/63 WET-LEASE TO AEROLINEAS MUNDO (AMSA), DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, FOR 1 YEAR.

APRIL 1998: 335 EMPLOYEES.

(DOT) ALLOCATES (ARW) 28 CHARTER ALL-CARGO FLIGHTS TO BRAZIL FOR 1998 TO 1999.

1ST QUARTER MAINTENANCE EXPENSES = $8.48 MILLION (32.94% OF TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES).

MAY 1998: THE (FAA) FINES ARROW (ARW) $5 MILLION FOR RESELLING FAULTY AIRLINE PARTS.

1ST 4 MONTHS = 2.2 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC.

JULY 1998: GUILLERMO CABEZA, PRESIDENT & COO REPLACES JONATHAN BATCHELOR, NOW CHAIRMAN, & CEO.

AUGUST 1998: $857,000 CONTRACT FROM CIVIL RESERVE AIR FLEET (CRAF) PROGRAM.

SEPTEMBER 1998: JODHI VALLIAPPAN, VP MAINTENANCE, EX-CARNIVAL AIRLINES (CVL), & PAN AM (PAA).

DC-8-62F (46150 "PRIDE OF MIAMI"), & DC-8-63F (45988 "ANDREW") DELIVERIES.

OCTOBER 1998: 1ST CARGO CARRIER IN MIAMI (MIA) TO RECEIVE (FAA) AWARD FOR HAVING >25% MAINTENANCE STAFF PARTICIPATE IN AVIATION TECHNICAL TRAINING (HAD 70% STAFF PARTICIPATE IN 1998).

2ND QUARTER = -$4.49 MILLION (-$2.08 MILLION). 1997 = -$15.2 MILLION (-$12.8 MILLION). 3RD QUARTER = -$8.128 MILLION: MAINTENANCE COSTS $12.02 MILLION (42.88% OF OPERATING EXPENSES).

353 EMPLOYEES (FULL +1/2 PART-TIME).

DECEMBER 1998: DC-8-62F (45896 "DAYTON EXPRESS").

JANUARY 1999: DC-8-63F (46042) TO (IAL), LEASED TO MK AIRLINES (MKA).

FEBRUARY 1999: FINE AIR (FAS), BUYS ARROW AIR (ARW) FOR $115 MILLION FROM INTERNATIONAL AIR LEASES (IAL), INCLUDING 13 DC-8'S AND 4 L-1011'S.

MARCH 1999: 5 DC-8-62F'S (45931; 45953; 46069; 46110; 46132), AGRO (AGR) LEASED, & 2 DC-8-63F'S (45969; 45988), (AGR) LEASED. 1 L-1011-385-3 (1196), (AGR) LEASED.

APRIL 1999: 335 EMPLOYEES. SITA: MIAHQJW.

1ST QUARTER = -$1.90 MILLION.

AUGUST 1999: 1ST 7 MONTHS = 147 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+9.03%).

SEPTEMBER 1999: 1 DC-8-63F (46042, N345JW), (AGR) LEASED.

OCTOBER 1999: 2ND QUARTER = +$3.2 MILLION: MAINTENANCE COSTS $4.90 MILLION (27.24% OF DIRECT OPERATING COSTS (DOC)).

NOVEMBER 1999: RICHARD WEBER, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL.

1998 = -$23.94 MILLION (-$15.24 MILLION): 122.3 MILLION (FTM) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (257.8 MILLION); 62.1% LF LOAD FACTOR (-1.6).

MARCH 2000: TOP 10 CARGO OPERATORS AT MIAMI IN 1999 TONS (K):
1 (TLS) 260 (+13.7%); 2 (AAL) 171 (-6.5%); 3 (CHA) 141 (-1.9%); 4 (ARW) 119 (+9.4%); 5 (TMP) 118 (+8.3%); 6 (FNE) 112 (-29.7%); 7 (CKF) 92 (-34.1%); 8 (UPS) 70 (+20.3%); 9 (UAL) 58 (-6.4%); 10 (AMJ) 44 (-46.5%).

APRIL 2000: 335 EMPLOYEES. (sales@arrowair.com).

JUNE 2000: OK TO START SCHEDULED, CARGO AND MAIL OPERATIONS FROM NEW YORK, MIAMI (MIA), AND SAN JUAN, TO CARACAS, AND MARACAIBO.

JULY 2000: 1999 = +$16.67 MILLION (-$23.94 MILLION): 318.2 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+24.3%); 335 EMPLOYEES.

AUGUST 2000: ARROW AIR (ARW) MOVES INTO FINE AIR (FAS) FACILITIES. THE 2 AIRLINES WILL CONTINUE TO OPERATE AS SEPARATE COMPANIES, AND SLOWLY TRANSFER TO THE (ARW) AIR OPERATORS CERTIFICATE (AOC).

JODHI VALLIAPPAN, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL REPLACES RICHARD WEBER. MICHAEL MENDEZ, VP MAINTENANCE OF (ARW), & (FAS).

OCTOBER 2000: ALTHOUGH A SUBSIDIARY OF FINE AIR (FAS), NOW WILL BE MERGED WITH (FAS).

FEBRUARY 2001: MERGER WITH FINE AIR (FAS) IS COMPLETED. WILL CHANGE ITS NAME FROM "ARROW AIR" TO FINE AIR SERVICES CORPORATION, WITH A TRADE NAME OF "FINE AIR" (FAS).

WILL SERVE 28 DESTINATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN.

PLANS TO EMERGE FROM CHAPTER 11 IN MAY 2001.

APRIL 2001: OPERATES TO >90 WEEKLY SCHEDULED CARGO FLIGHTS, AND ALSO HAS A STRONG CHARTER BUSINESS.

JULY 2001: 1 DC-8-54JT (45684) SCRAPPED AT LIMA. 1 DC-8-54 (45663), & 1 DC-8-63 (45931) STORED AT ROSWELL.

SEPTEMBER 2001: OPERATES MILITARY CHARTERS TO EUROPE AND MIDDLE EAST, USING DC-8-62'S.

NOVEMBER 2001: 3RD QUARTER MAINTENANCE COSTS = $5.16 MILLION (-18.4%).

JANUARY 2002: 4TH QUARTER = -$1.23 MILLION: $6.56 MILLION MAINTENANCE COSTS (-29.5%).

APRIL 2002: SITA: MIAHQFB.

MAY 2002: COURT APPROVES PLAN FOR REORGANIZATION, AND OPENS DOOR FOR EMERGING FROM 20-MONTH BANKRUPTCY. ARROW AIR HOLDINGs WILL BUY THE COMPANY AND REINSTATE THE "ARROW AIR" NAME.

RICHARD HABERLY, PRESIDENT & CEO, EX-FLORIDA WEST (PAI).

1st Quarter = 85.7 million (FTK) freight traffic (+7.78%).

June 2002: Arrow Air (ARW) and forwarder Air Global International (AGI) have joined forces to provide air cargo service between the USA and the Caribbean, and Central & South America. (AGI) charters 3 747's from Atlas Air (TLS); the alliance will add the entire (ARW) DC-8 and L-1011 fleet.

July 2002: 2001 = -$35.81 million (-$108.07 million): 329.33 million (FTK) freight traffic (+34.8%); 400 employees. 6 months = 145.1 million (FTK) freight traffic (+7.53%).

August 2002: William Betts, CFO. David McElroy, VP Systems Development.

George Batchelor, founder of Arrow Air (ARW) and International Air Leases (IAL), died after a brief battle with lung cancer. He was 81.

October 2002: 2 DC-8-63F's (46135, N784AL; 46087, N906R), Wilmington Trust (WBT) leased.

December 2002: DC-8-62F (46110, N8974U), delivery. Has 18 DC-8's on Air operators Certificate (AOC) with 6 that are not flying.

February 2003: Acquires the assets of Air Global International (AGI). (AGI) began operations in 2001, offering freighter services to Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Ecuador with 2 747-200F's. (AGI) President & CEO, Frank Visconti will maintain his current titles, and become COO at (ARW).

DC-8-62F (46110), Aeroengine Support leased.

March 2003: 900 employees.

April 2003: 5-year component/accessory repair contract to Avborne, Florida, for 12 DC-8F's and 2 L-1011F's.

January 2004: Filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, blaming high fuel prices and a weak economy. The carrier will maintain operations as it negotiates an asset sale. One potential buyer is HIG Capital, who bought Amerijet (AMJ) out of bankruptcy in 2001. Arrow Air (ARW) has never made any money since exiting bankruptcy in May 2002.

February 204: HIG withdrew its offer to acquire Arrow Air (ARW)'s assets. 5 other operators and freight forwarders have expressed interest in buying (ARW) as a going concern.

March 2004: May now be acquired by Arrow Air Acquisitions, who are owned by Anthony Romeo, who also owns Charter America and is the majority owner of Custom Air Transport (CUS). The offer was $11.5 million for Arrow Air (ARW)'s $32.5M in secured debt. The deal still requires bankruptcy Court approval.

(ARW)'s debt has been resold to a group of investors headed by former CEO, Willy Cabeza.

May 2004: Arrow Air (ARW) and its creditors agreed to a consensual plan of reorganization to emerge from Chapter 11 in June 2004.

June 2004: Received approval for its consensual reorganization plan from the US Bankruptcy Court, allowing Arrow Air (ARW) to move forward and emerge from Chapter 11 protection. The management team under the plan includes Guillermo Cabeza, Executive Chairman & Director, with Frank Visconti, President.

The plan allows (ARW) to maintain its 520 employees and hopefully expand its employee base over the next 12 to 18 months.

July 2004: DC-10-10F (46900, N68041), Miami Leasing leased. Sells 3 L-1011-200F's (1131; 1133; 1158) to Lanta, Antigua, who now has 9.

September 2004: Adopts a new lime green/blue color scheme (see photo). Adopts new branding "Arrow Cargo" replacing "Arrow Air."

December 2004: 2 DC-10-30F's (46999, N524MD; 46998, N526MD), Miami Leasing leased.

February 2005: DC-10-30F (47819), Miami Leasing leased.

May 2005: 5-year contract to implement Cargo Data Management's hosted browser-based booking, tracking and revenue accounting system Easy Track II.

DC-10-30 (46551, N229NW), bought from CIT Group (TCI) for parts. DC-10-10F (47801, N68047), delivery.

June 2005: 800 employees.

September 2005: DC-8-62AF (46150, N791AL), leased to Arrow (ARW) Panama.

June 2006: INCDT: (ARW) DC-10-10F (47801, N68047), overran runway at Managua. Damaged Beyond Economical Repair (DBER) - Written-Off W/O.

September 2006: DC-10-30F (47831, N450MI), ex-DAS Air Cargo (DAC), Finova (GRB) leased, and DC-10-40F (46920, N140WE), Air Lease International leased.

September 2007: DC-8-63F (45988), returned to Miami Leasing.

January 2008: 2007 Performance Statistics: 512.42 million (FTK)s freight traffic. - - SEE ATTACHED - - "ARW-2007-STATS."

April 2008: DC-10-40F (46661, N141WE), Air Lease International leased, ex-(VP-BDG).

September 2008: Arrow Cargo (ARW) is not currently accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes.

October 2008: Arrow Air (ARW) operates over 50 weekly scheduled cargo, jet airplane flights to more than 20 destinations in Central and South America, plus the Caribbean. Also has a strong charter business.

(IATA) Code: JW - 404. (ICAO) Code: APW (Callsign - BIG A).

Main Base: Miami International Airport (MIA).

Domestic, Freight Destinations: Atlanta; & Miami.

International, Freight Destinations: Guayaquil; Iquitos; Lima; Panama City; Quito; San Jose; & San Juan.

November 2008: 1st 6 months = 214.67 million (FTK)s freight traffic (+22.49%).

DC-10-40F (46920, N140WE), returned and scrapped.

December 2008: 757-225F (22688, N688GX), GATX (GAX) leased.

February 2009: 757-25APF (24868, N868AN), ex-Far Eastern Air Transport (FAT), ex-(B-27201), (AWAS) (AWW) leased and DC-10-40F (46966, N142WE), Air Lease International leased, ex-(VP-BDH).

April 2009: 757-28AF (23822, N822PB), delivery.

July 2009: 757-225F (22689, N689GX), delivery, ex-(PR-LGK).

June 2010: Arrow Cargo (ARW) has notified the state of Florida that it may be forced to cease operations and lay off its 473 employees, which were notified of the possibility on April 9th. (ARW) has been holding talks with a number of potential investors, including Centurion Cargo (CHA).

757-25AF (24868, N868AN), returned to (AWAS) (AWW).

July 2010: Arrow Cargo (ARW) announced it will cease scheduled service operations effective immediately. (ARW) said it has experienced "significant operating losses" due to "increasing operating costs and declining revenues," and that the decision to end service was a "last resort" made only after it "exhaustively searched for other options including financing or a sale of the business." According to "Reuters," the company has fired all but 132 of its 540 employees. It listed a debt of up to $500 million and assets of up to $50 million in Chapter 11 documents filed in a USA Bankruptcy Court in Miami, "Bloomberg" reported. It is the second time (ARW) has filed for bankruptcy, the first of which it emerged from in June 2004.

Fleet:
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Click below for photos:
ARW-DC-8-61F
ARW-DC-8
ARW-L-1011-200F
ARW-757-DEC08
ARW-DC-8-62F
ARW-DC-8F

July 2010:

1 757-225F (115-22688, N688GX), GATX (GAX) LSD 2008-12. FREIGHTER.

1 757-225F (117-22689, N689GX), 2009-07, EX-(PR-LGK). FREIGHTER.

0 757-25APF (RB211-535E4) (314-24868, N868AN), EX-(FAT)/(PAH), EX-(B-27201), (AWW) LSD 2009-02. RTND 2010-05. FREIGHTER.

1 757-28AF (130-23822, N822PB), 2009-04. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-54JT (JT3D-7 HK) (201-45674, /64), EX-(AII), GROUNDED. WFU. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-61F (JT3D-7 HK) (290-45888. /67 N30UA "PAT THOMPSON"), (AGR) LSD. RTND. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-61F (JT3D-3B HK) (544-46159, /93 N29UA "STEVEN PETOSKY"), (AGR) LSD 1993-05. RTND. FREIGHTER.

2 DC-8-62AF (JT3D-7 HK) (307-45909, /67 N802BN, EX-(ALI); 539-46150, /70 N791AL "PRIDE OF MIAMI," EX-(SAS), (AGR) LSD. 46150 LST (ARW) PANAMA (2005-09). (46150; FOR SALE/LEASE BY AVIATION ADVISORS TEL: (941) 351-5400, APL IS LOCATED IN PANAMA). FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-62F (JT3D-7 HK) (298-45905, /67 N810BN, EX-(SAS); 299-45895, /67, EX-(YBN); 303-45896, /67, EX-(YBN) "DAYTON EXPRESS"). 3 RTRD. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-62F (JT3D-7 HK) (494-46105, /69), EX-(YBN). RTRD.

0 DC-8-62F (JT3D-7 HK) (348-45953; 465-46069, /69 N8968U "PEARL HARBOR;" 467-46070, /69 N8969U "SIR WILLY;" 487-46110, /69 N8974U; 535-46132; 42086), EX-(IAL), (AGR) LSD 3/99. 46110 ST (ZAB) 7/05. RTND. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-63 (JT3D-7 HK) (395-45931, N4935C), EX-(IAL), STORED ROSWELL. SCRAPPED 2002-12.

1 DC-8-63CF (JT3D-7 HK) (396-45969, /68, N661AV "CAROLINA" EX-(ALI); 416-45988, /68 N441J "ANDREW," EX-(IBE), (AGR) LSD. 45988; RTND 2007-09. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-63F (JT3D-7 HK) (421-46042, /68, N345JW), (AGR) LSD 1999-09. RTND. FREIGHTER.

2 DC-8-63F (JT3D-7 HK) (531-46135, /70 N784AL; 454-46087, /69 N906R), (WBT) LSD 2002-10. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-8-63PF (JT3D-7 HK) (433-46058, /69), EX-(EAL). RTND. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-10-10F (CF6-6D) (34-46900, /72 N68041), MIAMI LSG LSD 2004-07. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-10-10F (CF6-6D) (40-46907, N68042), MIAMI LEASING LSD 2007-12. FREIGHTER.

0 DC-10-10F (CD6-6D) (98-47801, /73 N68047), 2005-05. W/O IN INCDT JUNE 2006. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-10-30 (CF6-50) (60-46551, N229NW), BF (TCI) FOR PARTS.

2 DC-10-30F (CF6-50C2) (267-46998, /79 N526MD; 289-46999, /79 N524MD), MIAMI LSG LSD 2004-12. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-10-30F (CF6-50C2) (314-47819, /80 N478CT), MIAMI LSG LSD 2005-02. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-10-30F (CF6-50C2) (327-47831, /80 N450MI), EX-(DAC)/(CGO), (GRB) LSD 2006-09. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-10-40F (JT9D-20) (224-46661, N141WE), AIR LEASE INTNL LSD 2008-04, EX-(VP-BDG). FREIGHTER.

0 DC-10-40F (JT9D-20) (46920, N140WE), AIR LEASE INTNL LSD 2006-09. SCRAPPED 2008-11. FREIGHTER.

1 DC-10-40F (JT9D-20) (262-46966, N142WE), AIR LEASE INTNL LSD 2009-02, EX-(VP-BDH). FREIGHTER.

0 L-1011-200F (1138, N306GB "SIR GEORGE"), EX-(GUL). RTND, LST (BUR) 2007-04. FREIGHTER.

0 L-1011-385-3 (1196), EX-(IAL), (AGR) LSD 1999-03. RTND. FREIGHTER.

0 L-1011-385-1-15 (RB211-524B4-02) (193U-1131, /75 N307GB "SAN JUAN;" 193U-1133, /76 N308GB; 1158, /78 N260FA), EX-(GUL). (AGR) LSD. 193U-1133 WFU AT ROSWELL 2004-03. 1131; 1133; 1158; ST LANTA 2004-07. FREIGHTER.

Management:
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GUILLERMO (WILLY) CABEZA, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN & DIRECTOR.

FRANK VISCONTI, PRESIDENT, EX-(AGI) (2003-02).

WILLIAM BETTS JR, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (CFO) (2002-08).

DAVID MCELROY, CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER (COO) & VP ADMINISTRATION.

PATRICE ROBINET, VP LEGAL.

MICHAEL MENDEZ, VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING (2000-09).

JACOBO BOLIVAR, VP FLIGHT OPERATIONS (MIAOWJW) (jbolivar@arrowair.com).

JOE CALVET, CHIEF PILOT (2002-12) (operations@arrowair.com).

CAPTAIN WILLIAM RUBIANO, DIRECTOR FLIGHT TRAINING & STANDARDS.

CARLOS VELIZ, VP SAFETY (2000-12) (cveliz@fineair.com).

JOHN LONG, VP SALES & MARKETING.

JODHI VALLIAPPAN, DIRECTOR AVIONICS, EX-(CVL) & (PAA) (2000-12).

LAZO BELLO, DIRECTOR PLANNING & PRODUCTION.

FRANK ESOPI, DIRECTOR SAFETY (MIAOWJW) (fesopi@arrowair.com).

RICHARD STREHSE, DIRECTOR QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) (2000-12).

PABLO DIPASQUALE, DIRECTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC) (2000-12) (qc@arrowair.com).

RICHARD MCCALLMAN, DIRECTOR QUALITY SAFETY (2000-12).

BRIAN MCCALLMAN, DIRECTOR TRAINING.

MARIA GONZALEZ, MANAGER RECORDS.

 
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