Founder & Managing Director
Qjet Aero founder Steve Wilson, a Swiss citizen since 2004, started his career in the Royal New Zealand Airforce (RNZAF) in 1988. Having worked on various military aircraft including jets and helicopters, he set off around the world and finally settled in Switzerland.
From 1998 until 2007 he worked at Geneva Airport; Aircraft Technician and Supervisor with TransairCo, followed by two years as Operations & Marketing Manager for Corporate Aviation Services and finally withJet Aviation as Project Manager on various aircraft types including: Boeing BBJ, Gulfstream GIV/V, Bombardier BD700, Falcon 900/900EX, Embraer 600, Hawker HS-125, Beechcraft 300/350 and Pilatus PC-12.
In 2007 with an ambitious and entrepreneurial mind, he set out in confidence to manage business aircraft with the intention of bringing added "professional" value to business aircraft owners and corporate clients. With a deep passion to understand all and be able to offer real solutions, Qjet Aero first and second clients were BBJ owners.
Steve is trained in project management with the Project Management Institute and has worked as an Airworthiness Inspector since 2012. He also supports Postholder Continuing Airworthiness positions for AOCs as required for all registries since 2014.
Having worked as an aircraft technician for over 16 years and with over 32 years total experience in the aviation industry - Technical, Planning, Customer Service, Operations, Continuing Airworthiness, Airworthiness Authority and Entrepreneurial experience.
Qjet Aero was founded in 2007 and is based at the "Swiss Aeropole" on Payerne Airport situated between Geneva & Zurich, two of the busiest aviation hubs in Europe.
Director Technical Services & Key Accounts
Michael Moehle brings immense aviation knowledge and experience to the company. Not only from a technical and management perspective, but also from a regulatory perspective due to his work as an Airworthiness Inspector for many years. His indepth understanding of our industry a great asset to have, including maintenance ratings on the complete family of Dassault Aviation Aircraft including the 7X and the Airbus A320 family.
Starting his career in the German forces in 1977, he trained as an aircraft engineer at the “Technische Schule Hentschel Flugzeugwerke, Kassel”, becoming aircraft supervisor and certifying staff at Helicopter-Service Wasserthal in Germany in 1985 and taking up an aircraft technician position for Volkswagen in 1987.
With a passion for the aviation industry and an eye for quality he was soon promoted to Chief of Maintenance for the Volkswagen corporate fleet and in 2014 appointed Postholder Continuing Airworthiness for the Volkswagen AOC operation.
Joining the Qjet Management Team, Michael became Director Technical Services & Key Accounts at Qjet Aero in March 2020.