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Chapman Freeborn announces the appointment of Rincker as Senior Vice President, ACMI – Americas

Jan 12, 2023

Chapman Freeborn Airchartering, the global air charter specialist and part of Avia Solutions Group, has appointed Alex Rincker as its new Senior Vice President, ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) at its North American headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

“We are delighted to welcome Alex to the Chapman Freeborn Americas family,” stated David McCown, President – Americas, Chapman Freeborn. “We see significant growth opportunities in the ACMI leasing segment of the aircraft chartering business throughout our key regions. Alex’s depth of experience and market knowledge will provide significant advantages as we aggressively expand our efforts to increase our presence in these markets.”

Alex Rincker

As the Senior Vice President ACMI for the Americas, Rincker will lead a team focused on identifying new opportunities and providing ACMI wet, damp, and cargo lease solutions for major legacy, low-cost, charter, tour operator, and cargo airline customers throughout North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean.

“The Chapman Freeborn name is very well recognized as a leader in global air charter, and I’m grateful to have the opportunity to be part of their growing Americas and ACMI teams,” Rincker said. “I’m looking forward to working closely with the current Chapman Freeborn ACMI teams in Europe and the Middle East to leverage their relationships to expand our ACMI leasing business throughout our key growth areas.”

Prior to joining Chapman Freeborn, Rincker was Senior Account Executive for Air Planning in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Before that, he was the Manager of Business Development for Omni Air International, where he managed ACMI programs for airline customers worldwide.

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