Watertown, Wisconsin – July 25, 2016 – Wisconsin Aviation, Wisconsin’s premier aviation services provider, is celebrating 35 years in business.
“We want to thank our employees, loyal customers and local communities for their support over the past 35 years. Wisconsin Aviation is committed to the communities we serve and we look forward to continued growth,” commented Jeff Baum, Wisconsin Aviation’s founder and CEO.
Mr. Baum is passionate about aviation and is very active in the day-to-day operations and continues to fly charter trips from all three locations. He is certified from our twin-engine propeller aircraft to our fleet of executive jets. Mr. Baum serves on numerous state and local boards.
About Wisconsin Aviation:
The year was 1981, interest rates were at 21%, the country facing one of the worst recessions ever. Jeff Baum, along with a partner, started Wisconsin Aviation at the Watertown Municipal Airport (KRYV), Watertown, Wisconsin. Two years later, in 1983, Wisconsin Aviation was well established and growing, it began to operate a second FBO at the Dodge County Airport in Juneau, Wisconsin. On January 1, 1994 Madison’s Four Lakes Aviation was purchased by Wisconsin Aviation along with Coldstream Aviation (South Ramp) in 1995. In 1998, we added avionics, at Madison and interior repair and installation at the Watertown location.
In December 2002, Wisconsin Aviation dedicated its new $2.5 million, state of the art general aviation terminal on the east side of the Dane County Regional Airport in Madison. (Photo). In 2008 Wisconsin Aviation’s growth continued with the completion of the new avionics hangar in its Technical Services Complex.
Wisconsin Aviation has become one of the Midwest’s most progressive aviation service centers. It is now capable of providing a complete line of aviation-oriented services to include: private aircraft charter, corporate aircraft management, aircraft maintenance, avionics, aircraft rental, aircraft sales and flight instruction for Private Pilot through Airline Transport Ratings.
Additionally, aircraft hangar rental and fueling services are available for aircraft at all three locations.
Current aircraft fleet is well over 50 aircraft. These aircraft range from a two seat training aircraft to several luxurious executive jet aircraft. Over the past 10 years, Wisconsin Aviation’s annual charter operations averaged almost 19,000 flight hours, while traveling over 3 million miles.
Contact information: Trevor Janz, Director of Marketing, firstname.lastname@example.org
920-573-5092 – Cell. 920-206-6364 Office Direct. www.wisconsinaviation.com