Barry Alexander has always been on the cusp of innovation; mainly in aviation. In his younger years, and as a native of the island of St. Lucia, he pioneered a crucial air ambulance service called Aquiline Air Ambulance – using airplanes to fly critically ill or injured patients, as well as health and medical resources to specialized hospitals across the Caribbean and into the US. Now, having recently retired from his career ‘dream job’ – flying Boeing 747s around the globe, Alexander has successfully launched his “final” entrepreneurial endeavor – Aquiline Drones (AD); one of the fastest-growing American drone companies. AD is privately held; owned and managed primarily by Alexander, along with other business professionals, fellow airline pilots, aerospace and software engineers, distinguished military personnel, including retired AF Generals, algorithmic mathematicians and other technologists. AD is also supported by a network of thousands of pilots nationwide! “Both our company and our team are unique” said Barry Alexander, CEO and Co-Founder of Aquiline Drones. “We are finalizing the purchase of a small airline making us one of four drone airline companies in the US operating under a FAA 135 Air Carrier Certificate.” Similar companies include Amazon Prime Air, UPS and Google’s… Read full this story
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