CEO - Brett Costello

Chief Financial Officer - Michael T. Picard

 

Michael serves as the executive manager of the organization’s financial operations inclusive of treasury management, debt service, budgeting and regulatory reporting.  He provides guidance and recommendations to the CEO regarding strategic initiatives, planning and overall corporate governance.

Michael spent 23 years in the banking industry where he managed several business lines from product development to sales as well as financial administration and support.  He has also been the CFO for three different privately-owned entities within the commercial construction industry.

Michael holds an M.S. degree in Finance and Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute along with a B.S. degree from Central Connecticut State University.  He has earned the Certified Employee Benefit Specialist designation from the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.  He also is Six Sigma Lean & DFSS (Green Belt) certified.

He is a member of the Institute of Management Accountants as well as the Construction Financial Management Association and the Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists.

Michael and his wife, Cindy, reside in West Bloomfield, New York.

 

 

Vice President Aviation Services - Richard Wood

 

Richard Wood is the Vice President of Aviation Services for USAirports.

Richard is responsible for executive leadership of USAirports Aviation Services division. He is responsible for the overall direction, control and quality of services provided to customers of USAirports.

Richard joined USAirports in 1997, while a student at Rochester Institute of Technology, as a Line Service Technician. Since that time his career has advanced with USAirports holding positions as Line Service Supervisor, Operations Manager, General Manager and Director of Aviation Services.

Richard lives in Brockport, NY with his wife and two sons.

 

 

Vice President Customer Service, Sales and Marketing- Jose Santiago

 

Jose Santiago began his employment with USAirports in 2000 as a Line Service Supervisor.  In 2004, Jose became the General Manager for USAirports Flight Support.  As General Manager Mr. Santiago’s responsibilities included direct operational oversight for day to day flight line operations including aircraft refueling and deicing, fuel facility operations, customer service, inventory management, technical manuals and quality control.

In 2008, Mr. Santiago advanced to Vice President of FBO Services and is responsible for executive management and overall direction, control and quality of services provided by USAirports Flight Support, Fuel Facility and Air Cargo. He is a proven result oriented senior level executive with extensive knowledge and hands-on experience driving new business, maintaining and growing existing relationships, and providing strategic leadership for one of the industry’s best-in-class providers. Mr. Santiago possesses a strong business ethics reputation and is a disciplined leader adept at working cross functionally, building long-term relationships and managing effectively in complex environments provided to customers with commitment to both corporate and customer expectations.

Prior to joining the USAirports Flight Support team, Mr. Santiago worked in Orlando, Florida at Walt Disney World’s Epcot Center Resort. In his role as a manager and chef for Disney’s Food and Beverage Division, he was in charge of 60 “Cast Members”, working to uphold Disney’s strict processes of quality assurance, food delivery and food safety in every stage.

 

 

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Address: 1295 Scottsville Rd

Greater Rochester International Airport

Rochester, NY 14624

United States of America

 

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Toll-free: 1-800-433-6870

Fax: 585-527-6837

 

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