Meet the Pilot
WHO WE ARE
Stevens Aircraft Solutions is owned and operated by Jamie Stevens. Jamie has been a professional pilot in Paducah, KY for 24 years. Stevens Aircraft Solutions was formed in 2015 providing aircraft management and pilot services to local corporations and individuals. In 2016 Stevens Aircraft Solutions added a new Robinson R44 Raven II helicopter to serve the Paducah area. The helicopter is equipped with air conditioning, a siren, and PA system.
Owner / Pilot
Jamie began taking flying lessons in 1990 with Steve Colson, who owned Flightech, Inc. at the Barkley Airport in Paducah, KY. He attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale from 1990-1994 and received an Associate of Flight and a Bachelor’s of Science in Aviation Management. During college Jamie worked part time for Flightech, Inc. providing flight instruction and pilot services. In 1993, while still in college, he began working for Midwest Aviation Services full time providing instruction, aircraft charter, and pilot services. In 1996, Jamie was promoted to Chief Pilot at Midwest Aviation, which included corporate aircraft management, charter operations, flight training, and check airman duties of the company and new hire pilots. He held this position until 2010 when he started flying for a Corporation full time and began training for his Commercial helicopter license.
In 2015 Jamie started Stevens Aircraft Solutions, which provides aircraft management and pilot services for corporations and individuals. He currently manages and provides pilot services in a Citation M2 and a Pilatus PC12NG, while providing pilot services in a Piper Meridian, a Piper Matrix, and a Beech Baron.
In 2015, he and a partner ordered and took delivery of a new 2015 Robinson R44 Raven II helicopter to provide helicopter service to the Paducah, KY area.
Jamie has over 9000 flight hours and is currently completing his Designated Pilot Examiner certification (DPE) for the FAA.
Scott’s first flight was around the smokey mountains in a helicopter and since then he has been hooked. It wasn’t until about ten years later, that he realized that he too could do it. Scott started flying in 2013. He was able to complete his training in just over a year. He was a helicopter flight instructor before he ever stepped foot on an airplane of any size.
Scott is now a commercial helicopter pilot and certified flight instructor. He loves flying as much as he can, and his future plan is to one day be flying Air EMS helicopters and continue instructing.
Scott lives in his hometown of Murray, KY with his wife and three children.