Pete Gross is the President and Owner of Airport Enterprises which operates Contract Aicraft Technicians (aka CAT Aerostaffing). Along with CAT, he also owns Dillon Flying Service in Dillon, Montana and Backcountry Flying Experience which operates from Whitefish Lake and Kalispell, Montana.
He's an A & P, IA and Private Pilot who has he's been working as a mechanic on aircraft and race cars since his early teenage years.
Pete believes in hard work and hand-shake agreements. Taking care of mechanics and customers and building a network of both is his mission.
Hal manages many of the important details associated with recruiting technicians for CAT. He has decades of valuable experience as a Director of Maintenance, A & P, IA and General Manager. He spent much of his career enmeshed in the flight test industry for the USAF and private industry.
He has hired and managed thousands of employees in his various positions and has a wealth of Human Resources knowledge.
When he's not on the phone talking to mechanics, Hal administers the CAT drug screening program.
Business Development Director
Steve's primary role is to serve our customers. His job is to determine their staffing needs and then provide well qualified candidates who are eager to perform. He spends much of his time vetting applicants and ensuring they are fully aware of what our customers expectations are.
Before entering the aerostaffing world, Steve spent 17 years in the aerospace industry. Employed with multiple subcontracting companies, he managed OEM and airline accounts including Alaska Air, Textron, Piper, Gulfstream, Bombardier, Sikorsky and Robinson Helicopter.
Enterprise wide collaboration, team building and team confidence. Driven entrepreneurial thinking with clear vision, goals and strategies. Swift effective growth strategies and execution.
Business Development | Entrepreneurship | Aerospace/Aviation | Lean Operations | Organization Development | Workforce Planning | Talent Engagement | Talent Development