Today, our FBO still rank among pilots’ most preferred. And our private jet fleet has grown to include an expansive range of light, medium and heavy aircraft. No matter where you want to go, Million Air Dallas has an aircraft to take you there.
Our reputation is built on safety, elegance and expertise, and we still apply those same values to every aspect of our business. As a foundation, these pillars have propelled us to the forefront of private jet aviation and continue to influence how we grow as a company.
safety is paramountOur commitment goes beyond procedures and protocol to ensure the comfort and welfare of our crew and passengers on every flight. We adhere to the highest level of safety and consistency in the industry, have established an impeccable record and have been recognized by independent agencies for best practices and private jet services.
The Million Air Dallas leadership team is comprised of top aviation experts in the fields of safety, operations, FBO services, jet management, and aircraft acquisitions. Each brings a diverse set of skills and invaluable expertise to our company.
Bob Schmidt joined Million Air Dallas in October of 2005 as the Director of Flight Operations. Bob comes to us with 25 years of aviation experience. He holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with several Transport Category Type Ratings. Bob has over 9,000 hours flight experience in domestic and international operations.
Prior to joining Million Air Dallas, Bob worked in Florida managing a Part 135 operation. He also was the Chief Pilot for Jet Solutions, and has held management positions at Bombardier Flexjet. In the 1990s Bob was a line pilot, instructor and flight department manager for Allegheny Airlines. In the mid 1980’s Bob began flying regional airline aircraft commercially throughout the State of Alaska with ERA Aviation. Bob also attended and graduated from the University of Alaska.
Bob has built an industry leading Safety Management System and has lead our Company to being ARG/US Platinum, Wyvern Registered, IS-BAO Stage II and was one of the first to complete the Air Charter Safety Foundations audit and be Registered.
Bob has participated in numerous FAA Safety Initiative Work Groups and Rule Making Committees for Part 121 and 135 operations over the last decade. He currently sits on the FAAs Part 135 Re-write Steering Committee, and the Operations Specifications Working Group.