Marshall Jackson has been an aviation enthusiast since his first trip to the airport at the ripe old age of six. Nine years later Marshall’s aviation ambitions took to the air with his first flying lesson in a Piper Cherokee. Throughout high school and college he continued to pursue his dream of becoming a commercial airline pilot obtaining his commercial pilot’s license at age 19. After college Marshall started his professional flying career as a Jetstream, and later Saab first officer with a regional airline.
Grounded by Type 1 Diabetes in 1996, Marshall transitioned into operations management at one of the world’s largest airlines performing safety and compliance audits at airline and vendor facilities worldwide. Applying the skills gained in that position, Marshall moved into airport operations management at one of his airline’s busiest airports. After 10 years in the airline business, Marshall moved on to a new career that includes plenty of travel. And that’s just the way he likes it.
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