David Coleman resides outside of Chicago and has over 30 years of aviation industry experience. Growing up in a business aviation family, Dave has extensive experience in aircraft sales, technical oversight, and ﬂight operations. Dave has a particular expertise and interest in complex international acquisitions and distressed aircraft. Dave is a current ATP-rated pilot with over 7,000 Hours of ﬂying time in over 40 aircraft models including type ratings in turboprops, jets and seaplanes. In his spare time, Dave interest in aviation continues as a volunteer pilot for Lifeline Pilots, flying those in need of medical care throughout the Midwest. Dave has also recently completed the restoration of a rare twin-engine airplane. Dave and his wife have one daughter age 14, and a son age 10. Dave enjoys playing baseball with his son, snowboarding, family fishing trips on the Great Lakes, and international travel and cultural engagement.
“A business aircraft transaction requires a high degree of specialization, significant time and effort, and the leadership skills necessary to guide a team of experts. Acting without a committed and trusted advisor exposes yourself to unnecessary risk. An experienced broker will help you buy at the right price, reduce transactional costs, and make sure it's done right the first time. Brokerage fees are inexpensive insurance against costly error.” --Dave Coleman
Throughout the process, you were always available to answer our questions, day or night, seven days a week. You hunted down a range of options and helped us compare and contrast the choices. You eased us through the complexities of the purchase process and helped us set up our LLC. You were part of the team the whole way. Kerry Clark, Cardinal Health, Former Chairman and CEO