Airstream International Group is pleased to introduce Nick Holmes and Alex Plehn as Business Development Managers.

Nick Holmes joined Airstream in March of last year. Prior to this he built up experience in customer facing and business development roles with business jet operators, working on bid submissions for new business and adding to the managed client base.

Nick coordinates and continues to build on Airstream’s sales and remarketing activities. He assists with the  negotiation and closing of narrowbody, regional jet and turboprop aircraft transactions in tough market conditions, to an international client base.

Nick holds a First-Class Honours Degree in Aviation Technology from University of Leeds and around 15 flying hours, working towards his Private Pilot’s license.

Alex Plehn is the newest addition to the team at Airstream. Prior to this he built up experience in management and marketing roles within the UK logistics and aviation sector. Alex will assist with the Company’s aircraft remarketing and leasing projects.

Alex holds an Upper Second-Class Honours Degree in History and Spanish from University of Exeter and around 22 flying hours, working towards his Private Pilot’s license.

Alex Vandeleur, Airstream’s Managing Director said:
"I am delighted to have Nick and Alex join our team at Airstream.  Nick has already performed exceptionally well since joining us in Q1 2020 amidst the extraordinarily challenging market conditions created following the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.  Alex comes to us with a strong combination of logistics experience allied to a winning combination of aviation knowledge and linguistic ability which I am confident will help us build on our success in operating in important markets across the world."

Airstream provides aircraft sales, leasing and financing services for an international client base that has included airlines, government organisations, lessors, investors and financial institutions as well as part out organisations. Now in its 32nd year of trading, Airstream has successfully completed transactions involving more than 630 aircraft.