She developed pet safety protocols, added world-class in-flight service and provided a pet nanny option at destination and a comprehensive service was created. This comprehensive service involving pets became so popular that she extended her concierge level of service to her human passengers as well. She grew into a group of flight attendants who now travel extensively as personal assistants and keep things running smoothly for busy executives and professionals on the road.
We are now a group of flight attendants who share a core corporate value of safety as our bond. We choose exquisite service, discretion and dependability as our method of delivery so each flight is as pleasing as it is safe. We don't put common boundaries on our services, rather we become the air PA that every family and executive needs on the road to ease the pressure of being away and make their time more productive and enjoyable.
Carol Martin is the CEO of airPA and team leader for a group of flight attendants providing exquisite service on corporate jets worldwide. She began her career in aviation as a commercial flight attendant with Delta Air Lines where she founded the charitable foundation "Wings of Angels" to assist passengers with special needs who had to travel alone. Upon making the transition to corporate flight attendant in 2006, Carol saw the need to define the standard of care for pet passengers on private jets and developed clear, concise Pet Safety Protocols. A complete luxury service for those pets evolved into a comprehensive concierge-style service for executives and families on the go. Carol maintains regular safety training at Flight Safety International, FACTS and MedAire and pursues ongoing etiquette and culinary training at the Corporate School of Etiquette. She is trained and experienced on the most advanced private jets in the industry, including the G650 and BBJ. In addition to being an avid animal lover, she is an advocate in the fight against canine cancer. To that end, a portion of the profits from airPA are donated to the Animal Cancer Foundation to help battle cancer in pets and humans.