Rectrix Aviation has named Chris Mundy the general manager of its Aerodrome Center at Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport (KSRQ) in Florida.
As GM, Mundy will be responsible for overseeing all Rectrix Aerodrome Center day-to-day operations associated with serving commercial, corporate and private aviation customers, including line operations, aircraft fueling and fuel sales, aircraft storage (short and long term hangar leases) and management of the facility.
Mundy will also be responsible for the hiring and training of all line service technicians and customer service representatives.
Mundy comes to the new role after having been a line service technician at Rectrix. He also fulfilled special requests for staff and clients as an Airport Liaison.
Prior to Rectrix, Mundy worked in numerous roles including maintenance and line service positions at Delta Air Lines and Mercury Air Center. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University.
Rectrix opened its Sarasota facility in December 2008. The facility is situated on nearly 20 acres of airport property. It was developed to accommodate more than 180,000 square feet of aircraft hangars and passenger service facilities. In addition to the FBO, Sarasota is home to private Hangarminiums, which offer aircraft operators all the benefits of hangar ownership without any of the hassles, according to company officials.