Serving as our President and Co-Founder, Christopher began his aviation career in 2010 by obtaining his private pilots’ license and has since become an accomplished pilot.
Prior to his career in aviation Christopher was a top graduate from Fairfield University’s Charles F. Dolan School of Business – Class of 2009. Upon entry into the private sector, Christopher immediately excelled in the areas of management, economics, sales, and entrepreneurship. He gained valuable experience while working at the Cintas Corporation and InMusic Brands, before starting his aviation career in 2012 with Magellan Jets.
Exiting Magellan Jets in 2016 as a partner, Christopher partnered with Kevin Wargo of the Dumont Aviation Group prior to starting Fly Alliance. Christopher’s sole focus continues to be on retail sales growth, specifically focusing on Private Jet Charter, Jet Card membership, Fractional Shares and Aircraft Sales/Management. Christopher has since mastered his approach, he and his team pride themselves on responsiveness, education, and providing a fair pricing model. Noted in Forbes, Christopher has been involved in multiple aircraft ownership transactions, has sold over 10,000+ Jet Card hours, and dispatched over 15,000+ flight legs. His commitment to your safety, service, and value is what sets him apart from the competition.
Fun fact, Christopher is a professional baseball umpire – He graduated from the Harry Wendelstedt Umpire School and has since become one of the youngest active NCAA baseball officials. Additionally, outside of his work, Christopher is heavily involved in the Providence business community and serves as an active alumni to his alma mater Bishop Hendricken High School. Christopher attributes all of his success to the work ethic and opportunities he was provided by his late father, Christopher P. Tasca.
When not talking airplanes, Christopher enjoys spending time with his family – a dedicated husband to Kristina and father to Olivia and Christopher III. As a family, they enjoy their summers on the water cruising Narragansett Bay and can always be found on Sundays surrounded by family at Christopher’s mother’s house, a mandatory Italian family tradition. Christopher enjoys racing in Lamborghini Super Trofeo, golfing, boxing and the arts, specifically playing the piano and attending PPAC, the Providence Performing Arts Center.
“We look forward to having you on board.” – Christopher Tasca