Jet Management Associates, LLC (JMA), is a Miami-based Corporate Aviation Consulting firm that represents individuals, aviation businesses, and attorneys in all matters relating to corporate aviation transactions, disputes, maintenance, operations, and accounting. JMA’s suite of services include:
Matthew T. Winer, JD, is the Founder & Director of JMA. He began his aviation career as on-demand aircraft charter broker and within 2-years, his company, Prudential Aviation, began acquiring and managing aircraft. In 2010, Mr. Winer merged Prudential Aviation together with Executive Air Services (EAS Charter), a 25-year old Part 135 aircraft charter operator. From 2010 until 2012 EAS grew its fleet from 3 to 14 aircraft, was recertified as an ARG/US Platinum Safety operator and added Wyvern Wingman IS-BAO Stage 1&2 designations. EAS expanded to three offices, managing planes as far as Trinidad and Dallas, TX. EAS is a BBB accredited Vendor, has membership in a number of local South Florida aviation organizations, and regularly exhibits at the annual NBAA convention. Mr. Winer graduated from Babson College with a B.S. in Finance and Vermont Law School, with a J.D. and focus on commercial law. He has been cited in Business and Commercial Aviation, Aviation International News, Aviation Week, Avinode, Business Jet Traveler, Business Air, Corporate Jet Investor, FlyCorporate, South Florida Business Journal, Wings Magazine, and Executive and VIP Aviation International. Mr. Winer has lectured at Embry Riddle Aviation University and spoken at a number of Corporate Aviation Seminars.
Airline Accident Investigation Airline Insurance Airline Maintenance & Operations Federal Aviation Regulations Aircraft Design, Performance and Analysis Aircraft Purchase and Lease Agreements Maintenance Records and Procedures Airline contracts Airline pilot, Mechanic and Aircrew Training Expert Witness
Honors & Awards: Awarded Society of Sigma Xi for excellence in Engineering Research.
AE (Aeronautical Engineer), California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 1973 MS (Aeronautical Engineering), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA 1969 BS, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 1962