Author & aviation enthusiast Matthew C Martino is keen on forming an aviation equipment brand: In an interview with News NY the said, “I am currently ‘considering many ‘viable business and branding options
The 21year old who authored pilots manual Lets Fly is also known for his aviation venture F5 Air a private charter firm which went bust in 2012, He presently runs Lets Fly Academy an aviation consultancy and training firm based in London UK. As well as this he designed and released Lets Fly app for IOS systems. Lets Fly Academy announced that it would be aiming to open a retail division in 2015 which would concentrate on aviation equipment and books at a discounted price.
No formal announcement has been made yet about the nature of the aviation brand but Martino could go with a pilot bag brand, pilot sunglasses brand or even create an airline part that is Martino branded, the sky could be the limit in this particular venture.
Martino has been interested in aviation since he was a young boy and he began plane spotting from the age of 7, despite not being a commercial pilot the 21year old is thought to hold extensive knowledge in the aviation industry and he holds some foundation qualifications in aviation industry which are not known particularly.
Martino’s rep welcomed the news with publicist Carol Suvarov saying “We are pleased to hear that our client is currently considering to create a brand they can call their own and they can be able to build their name further, we will continue to support Matthew in everything’