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A celebration of life for St. Helena’s Janice K. Barden McKinnon will be held in October in Napa for family, friends and her Vineyard Valley neighbors. Barden died Sunday, July 31. Barden was a pioneer in business aviation and the chairman and founder of Aviation Personnel International (API), a business aviation recruiting firm, in 1971, in New Orleans. She contributed to the aviation community for more than 60 years. Read the full article in The St. Helena Star.
A business aviation skills shortage – especially for pilots and maintenance technicians – is already starting to bite in the United States. At a 2016 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2016) panel, representatives from across the industry, including API's Sheryl Barden, considered whether Europe would face the same strains.
SAN FRANCISCO June 2012 – Sheryl Barden, President and CEO of Aviation Personnel International (APIaviation.com), has accepted the nomination to join the National Business Aviation Association’s (NBAA) Associate Member Advisory Council, which […]Read more…
Founder Janice K. Barden was among the first female professionals in business aviation SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 2011 – In 1971, Federal Express, Amtrak and more than 25 air carriers, including Southwest Airlines, […]Read more…
SAN FRANCISCO Oct. 2011 – Sheryl Barden, President of Aviation Personnel International (APIaviation.com), today announced the promotion of Colleen Kelly to Vice President, Client and Talent Relations, responsible for the retained recruitment of aviation professionals on […]Read more…