If you haven't seen it yet, Aviation Sales Inc., was recently featured in this month's AOPA Pilot magazine in their featured column, "A Day in the Life of America's Airports"
The author, Julie Summers Walker, did a great job of portraying a typical day at Dayton Wright Brothers Airport and the type of typical day to day challenges and responsibilities that our professional customer service representatives face everyday.
Here is a brief excerpt from the aritcle:
"It’s a brisk, blustery day in southwest Ohio; even the faces of Wilbur and Orville Wright, painted on a hangar wall, look cold. Coming in from an early morning flight, instructor Donna Hanshew and her student, Bryan Adcock, are windblown and beaten from a lesson held in a bouncy Cessna 172 in the windy skies over Dayton. But the cold and wind dampens neither 20-year-old Adcock’s enthusiasm for flying nor Hanshew’s passion for instruction. “Last fall we had our highest enrollment ever,” Hanshew exclaims. “And we had a one-hundred-percent placement rate. This is the time to get into aviation!” Hanshew is a part-time instructor for Aviation Sales, Inc.,..."
You can read the rest of the article here