Better Results from Better Data


AEROCOR is the premier aircraft brokerage for owner pilots. As a global leader in single pilot, turbine aircraft sales, our team has years of market and operational experience in all of the most popular light turbine aircraft. AEROCOR provides sales, acquisitions, and aircraft acceptance services, designed to provide our clients with the context and perspective they need to make informed decisions. Our mission is to guide pilots as they progress into high-performance/turbine equipment and support their operations throughout the ownership experience.


We started AEROCOR with a simple goal:

Remove the uncertainty from aircraft transactions.

It’s a simple goal, and yet, it’s one that no other sales organization has tackled. The result, a terribly inefficient light jet marketplace, filled with inconsistent transactions and frustrated customers.


Unlike other very light jet and Eclipse 500/550 brokers, we specialize in specific market segments, allowing us to master all aspects of each segment. We have utilized our expertise to develop AIRBASE™ – our proprietary light jet market tracking and valuation software.

Specializing in:


  • Justin Beitler Co-Founder

    Justin Beitler followed his passion and entered aviation full time in 2008, serving as a regional salesman and National Marketing Director of the world’s largest fractional program for piston aircraft. Prior to this, Justin held various positions in Information Technology where he created several “mission critical,” database driven software applications for various healthcare organizations.

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  • Gavin Woodman Co-Founder

    As a professional pilot, Gavin has amassed over 8,000 flight hours. He holds an ATP AMEL, Commercial ASEL, CFII, MEI, and PIC type ratings in the CitationJet 525 series (CJ-CJ4), Citation 510 Mustang, Eclipse 500, Bombardier CL-65 (Challenger 800) and the Airbus A320. He has served as Captain in both Part 135 and Part 121 international operations.

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  • Jens Personius Manager of Client Services

    Jens Personius joined AEROCOR as a Client Services Coordinator in 2019. He has more than eight years of customer service experience several of which he spent working directly with high profile clients and their families including artists, celebrities, and executives. Most recently, Jens managed a grant writing team for a growing educational nonprofit and volunteered his spare time working as a mediation specialist at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach, California.

  • Rich Hayes Eclipse 500/550 Instructor

    Rich Hayes brings an impressive level of experience to the AEROCOR team. His flying career began early at the local airport near his childhood home in Oregon. Rich first soloed at age 16, earning his private pilot’s license at age 17. He joined the U.S. Air Force and spent a decade flying F-111 attack aircraft throughout Europe and the U.S., later returning to Oregon to fly F-4’s and F-15’s for the Air National Guard. Rich continued his flying career in the civilian world, flying for Western Airlines (which merged with Delta Airlines) for another 20 years. He first started flying Eclipse 500 aircraft in 2009 (shortly after it was introduced) and became an Eclipse instructor in 2011. He currently lives in Georgia with his wife of over 40 years

  • Ginae Woodman Account Manager

    Ginae Woodman started her aviation career in 2005 as a flight attendant for a major airline. She quickly moved on to human resources, conducting background checks for flight crew, maintenance, and crew scheduling. Outside of aviation, Ginae has worked in customer service for one of the world’s largest banks and in her personal life she enjoys volunteering in youth sports, arts, and educational programs.

  • Dennis Pearson ECLIPSE 500/550 INSTRUCTOR

    Dennis began his aviation career in college while studying computer science and mathematics at Washington State University when he earned his private pilot pilot license and enlisted in the Washington Air National Guard. Upon graduating, he earned a US Air Force Commission and went on to serve as a B-52 NAV / Weaponeer, F-15C Eagle pilot serving on three assignments across the US and Europe, an instructor with the US / German joint F-4F training squadron, a Fighter Weapons School instructor, T-38C instructor, and a Deputy Commander, Deployed Squadron Commander, and Deputy Group Commander for a Joint Terminal Air Control squadron and Special Forces unit at Ft. Lewis Army base in Tacoma Washington. Between USAF assignments Dennis earned his civilian multi engine and instrument ratings. After retiring from the USAF, Dennis went on to work as an FAA Operations Inspector at the San Jose, CA FSDO, a Contract Pilot in the Citation series aircraft (CE-500, 501, 560, 525S), and co-founder of Mach 5 Aviation flight school in Auburn, CA which he runs to this day.