JSSI Appoints Alexis Javkin EVP, Maintenance/Supplier Management

Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), provider of maintenance support and financial tools to the business aviation industry, has announced the appointment of Alexis Javkin as executive vice president, Maintenance & Supplier Management. In this role, Javkin will be responsible for JSSI’s global technical support organization, providing proactive event management, customer advocacy, and strengthening JSSI’s relationships with MRO’s and service providers across the industry.

Javkin joins JSSI from Aerolíneas Ejecutivas (ALE), the largest fractional and charter fleet, management company, MRO, and aircraft sales organization in Mexico and Latin America. In his most recent role, Javkin had dual roles as CEO of ALE Service Center, a multi-OEM authorized MRO with engine, APU, and airframe capabilities, and group vice president with operational, financial, and commercial responsibilities for ALE’s fractional, jet card, and charter business. 

“JSSI has had the pleasure of working with Alexis for years. I’ve seen up close his superior leadership and management skills, which will make him a great addition to our or any organization,” said Neil Book, chairman and CEO. “I continue to be impressed by his business and financial acumen, his ability to work with suppliers and partners, and his commitment to delivering a world-class customer experience.”

Prior to ALE, Javkin worked at Unilever holding a variety of key roles. He is an industrial engineer by trade, earning his undergraduate degree from Tecnologico de Monterrey, followed by an MBA from IPADE business school.

“For the past 10 years I’ve had the opportunity to work closely with JSSI as a maintenance program customer. I’m excited to join an organization that truly cares about delivering top-quality service, as I was fortunate to experience firsthand,” said Javkin. “I’m excited to join this impressive team of maintenance professionals, who continue to evolve and grow to best serve both their customers and the broader industry.”