Flight Options Appoints New Chief Executive Officer
On February 10, Cleveland-based Flight Options announced that the company has appointed John P. Nahill, 38, as Chief Executive Officer. Nahill replaces Kenn Ricci, who will continue as an advisor to Flight Options management and support its future endeavors. Nahill most recently served as vice president of Corporate Strategy and Development for Raytheon Company and served on the board of Flight Options since its merger with Raytheon Travel Air. Nahill's appointment is subject to the approval of the investors in the Flight Options LLC. That approval is expected this week.
A graduate of Connecticut College and the MIT Sloan School of Management, Nahill joined Raytheon in March 1999 as vice president of Financial Planning and Analysis. He also serves on the board of Raytheon Aerospace. Previously, Nahill spent six years with McKinsey & Company as a leader in operational, marketing and merger practices.
Founded in 1998, Flight Options is a fractional aircraft provider with operations in Denver, Colo.; Sacramento, Ca.; West Palm Beach, Fla.; and both Teterboro and Binghamton, N.Y.