Transparency is defined as operating in such a way that it is easy for others to see what actions are performed. Transparency implies openness, communication, and accountability. In the aircraft management industry, transparency is a word that is used incessantly in promotional materials. However, the experiences afforded to an aircraft owner have not consistently lived up to the accepted definition of the word transparent.
For college basketball teams and fans alike, the month of March is the pinnacle of their year. More than 80 teams come together to partake in March Madness; seven tournaments split across North America. Then the tournament’s pinnacle event takes center stage, the Final Four, this year pulling in a record high of viewers between social media and television.
Mira Vista Aviation knows ohana means family and family means no one gets left behind, even if they’re furry and have four legs.
When you fly, are you safe? While flying commercial, you are typically bombarded with various advertising and video, some of which explain the safety rules and regulations of the aircraft.
Pictures or it didn’t happen? We respectfully disagree. At Mira Vista Aviation, a boutique jet charter and management company…
If a business doesn’t have imagery, does it even exists? Perhaps that questions seems more dramatic than a Netflix health documentary but it does hold truth.
Via Park Place Motorsports: Patrick Lindsey’s life is no joke, but the comedy film’s title perfectly describes his routine. Lindsey is President of Mira Vista Aviation, a private aircraft management and charter company located in both the Van Nuys and Santa Ana area.
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Mira Vista Aviation is proud to announce it is ARG/US Platinum Certified, holds IS-BAO rating and is a Wyvern Wingman Certified Operator. Each award was a necessary step forward in Mira Vista’s commitment to a robust safety culture.
Mira Vista Aviation began with a mixture of feelings. There was the frustration of not receiving the service desired as a jet owner and the adrenaline of finally putting a foot down and doing something about the problem.