Steven Levesque launches Global Aviation Infrastructure LLC

A long time Charleston, South Carolina resident, Steven P. Levesque has deep experience in the aviation industry. A graduate of the University of North Carolina Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC), he served on active duty for several years before transitioning to the reserves.  He subsequently earned his MBA at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina.

 

His aviation background dates back to 1995, and he has served in numerous leadership capacities in the last 20 years. Highlights include CFO of an $850 million revenue aerospace company and most recently serving as CEO of a new general aviation services company and Fixed Base Operation (FBO) platform with capabilities in aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) and Aircraft Charter and Management (ACM). Steven Levesque’s international experience includes development and management projects in India, Europe and the Middle East.

 

Steven Levesque recently launched a new platform, Global Aviation Infrastructure LLC, to provide management and advisory services for corporations, airport sponsors, and private equity firms and financial institutions. Focus areas include development and operations of airport infrastructure in the FBO, MRO and ACM areas as well as the development of airport facilities. The company is based in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

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Senior executive leader in the aviation industry, with 20+ years’ experience in the management and operations of airport infrastructure and aviation services companies.

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