Air Partner Appoints Jon Corbi as Executive Vice President for Group Charter & Cargo, US

Air Partner, the leading global aviation services group providing aircraft charter and aviation safety and security solutions to businesses and private individuals around the world, announces the appointment of Jon Corbi as Executive Vice President for Group Charter & Cargo, US. Based in Atlanta, GA, Corbi will play a crucial part in growing Air Partner’s US Cargo and Group Charter products across the region. In this role, Corbi will collaborate closely with company veterans on shaping global Cargo and Group Charter strategy to enhance offerings and solidify Air Partner’s position as a leader in the industry. 

“I’m delighted to welcome Jon Corbi to Air Partner. Jon brings to our team a wealth of experience in the aviation industry and his extensive background, and insights gained from his time at Delta will undoubtedly prove invaluable as we expand our capabilities and resources in the US market,” said Mark Briffa, CEO of Air Partner. “I have no doubt that Jon’s leadership and dedication will contribute significantly to our continued success.” 

Corbi comes to Air Partner with extensive experience in the aviation industry. Before arriving at Air Partner, Corbi served as Chief Revenue Officer at iAero Airways, a Greensboro, North Carolina based airline, where he led commercial activities for a fleet of 42 aircraft that included sports teams and musicians among their regular clientele.
Before his time at iAero, Corbi was with Crane Worldwide Logistics in Atlanta, starting as Regional Director of Sales and departing as Vice President, Sales in 2023. He also had a notable, nine-year run with Delta Air Lines, serving in capacities including Accounting, Revenue Management, Global Account Management, Joint Venture Integration and Sales Leadership for EMEIA and Asia Pacific, including an Ex-pat assignment in Seoul, Korea. Among many achievements over the years, he led a team which launched the Delta Cargo Charter Program, developing and implementing strategies that resulted in charter operations across six continents.

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