Welsch Aviation Welcomes a New Director of Business Development.

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September 5, 2018, Washington, D.C. – Welsch Aviation is proud to announce and welcome Chris Baillargeon, as the company’s newest Director of Business Development.  Chris will be responsible for developing new clients, tracking aircraft market activity and providing value to analysis for current and future clients. Chris brings over 11 years of Aviation industry experience,… Read more »

“Staying Engaged” From FL410

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Some insight on staying engaged from Welsch Aviation’s Director of Sales Dave Bausch. As the newest member of the the Welsch Team, I am privileged to continue my passion of flying Gulfstream Aircraft as a contract pilot for Fortune 100 companies and all the while holding the position of Director of Sales. Currently qualified on… Read more »

Hunter Weiss Supports Shaesta Waiz’s Global Solo Flight through GWBAA

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Welsch Aviation President, Hunter Weiss, recently appeared as a board member of the Greater Washington Business Aviation Association (GWBAA) to present sponsorship for the National Aeronautics Association certification of Shaesta Waiz’s global solo flight. Shaesta Waiz recently became the youngest woman (30) to fly solo around the world in a single engine aircraft as part… Read more »

Ed Vesely Copilots B-17 Aircraft

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On April 21st, Southwest Schools Board Member Ed Vesely served as copilot on a B-17 aircraft at the Gulf Coast Salute Airshow at Tyndall AFB in Panama City, Florida. Mr. Vesely, Senior Sales Director at Welsch Aviation, is a seasoned pilot with 40 year’s flying experience. He is also a respected member of the Board… Read more »

James C. Welsch, Jr Obituary

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James C. Welsch, Jr. of Huntington, NY flew west Friday, January 20, 2017 at Huntington Hospital after a short illness. Jim Welsch was President and Partner of Welsch Aviation until 2014 continuing as a Partner until his final flight. Jim began his career in 1960 at a firm founded by his father in 1949 and… Read more »

Oakland University Magazine: Diving Into History

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Of the five World War II Curtiss SB2-C Helldivers that still exist, only one is airworthy. Edward Vesely, SBA ’79, is one of only two pilots qualified to fly it. Vesely, the senior director of sales for Welsch Aviation’s Houston office, is flying in air shows throughout the country, giving spectators the opportunity to see, hear,… Read more »

The Pre-Purchase Inspection

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The Pre-Purchase Inspection of Your Jet: What to Look Out For In private jet sales, the pre-purchase inspection is the critical time when the aircraft is scrutinized and reviewed for sale. It is the penultimate step before the aircraft is accepted and delivered to the buyer. After the purchase agreement has been signed, the pre-purchase… Read more »

Welsch Aviation Launches Rebranding Campaign

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Welsch Aviation recently launched a comprehensive rebranding campaign which featured: An redesign logo and brand image A new tagline: “A Higher Plane Since 1949,” which reinforces the company’s competitive positioning of being the premier aircraft broker since its founding A revamped website which reflects the firm’s new brand image