With more than 30 years of background and experience in general aviation, Lou Pepper is well-known and highly respected within the industry.
As the CEO of Atlantic, Lou brings that wealth of experience and combines it with a genuine passion for the business and the people who make it their lives. From his early days at Teterboro Airport, Lou has seen firsthand how a commitment to service, safety and fun can create an amazing environment, and his dedication to that vision is what makes both customers and employees love coming to an Atlantic base every day.
We start each New Year with excitement and enthusiasm. Sometimes it’s founded in reality and sometimes its wishful thinking. For 2016, it’s as real as it gets.
"Are you going to N B double A? Who's going to NBAA this year? What day are you going to the show?" In the world of general aviation, these are the sounds of fall.
Recently in Plano, Texas, we were hit by a substantial ice storm. The region was paralyzed. You could hardly get out of your door. Then if you could get to your car, you couldn't go anywhere. Why? Because you couldn't get any traction. You see, you need traction to build momentum.
"Ah, the good old days. Things sure were different back in the day." They don't make 'em like they used to. I've found that when people look back they tend to have selective memories. While it may be true that they don't make 'em like they used to, I'd argue that's a very good thing.