“As we move toward the next generation in our management team and the next generation in our fleet and aviation technology, we sought someone with the perfect mix of investment and management skills, and Mark was absolutely the ideal candidate for this position,” said Sam Robbin, CEO of National Jets. The company is presently expanding its aircraft management division and transitioning its company-owned charter fleet to the next generation of executive aircraft.
A lifelong resident of South Florida and grandson of James Boy, one of National Jets’ founders, Binko received his Investment Management Analyst Certification through IMCA in partnership with the Wharton School of Business. In addition, he is a board member for the Pamela Caglianone Foundation, which provides financial and emotional support for individuals and families battling cancer, and is involved with the National Jets’ Relay for Life through the American Cancer Society.
About National Jets
Headquartered at Ft. Lauderdale International Airport, National Jets was founded in 1945 as the “Durham Flying Club” by the Boy family flying oil equipment throughout S. America later distributing the Wall Street Journal across the United States and has since evolved into Ft Lauderdale’s premier FBO offering award winning service, executive charter, air ambulance, a FAR 145 maintenance facility, aircraft management and aviation consulting. For more information, please visit NationalJets.com.