Greg John is the founder and president of Infinity Flight Group, a full-spectrum aviation services business based out of the Trenton-Mercer Airport in Ewing, New Jersey. He designed Infinity Flight Group to capture the attention of those who demand the highest quality flight training with outcomes that surpass expectations of international airline hiring qualifications. Over the last couple of years Greg extended Infinity Flight’s customer base by offering unrivaled corporate aircraft management that has earned him the business of global fortune 50 companies. He is also known for his trustworthy, customer-focused attention in the personal and corporate aircraft sales arena. Because Greg understands the value of meticulous in-house aircraft maintenance, he built an unrivaled facility that services his growing fleet as well as outside maintenance customers. Infinity Flight Group holds FAA 141, 135 certificates and also operates under FAA part 61.
Greg has leveraged his twenty years of aviation industry experience to grow Infinity Flight from a fleet of three aircraft in 2014, to the Northeast’s largest training facility that is home to a fleet of over thirty-five new model Cessna trainers in 2021. He has established his reputation by building strong relationships with his customers as well as his partners. His most notable collaborations include Cessna/Textron, Piedmont/American Airlines, and Mercer County Community College (MCCC). As someone who genuinely cares about the personal goals and outcomes of others, Greg has created efficient and cost-effective pathways for aviation students and career transitioners to flow seamlessly to the seat of the world’s largest airlines. His vision of synching outcomes with students, colleges and airlines has created a win-win-win situation for all entities. His determined guidance allowed MCCC to grow their struggling aviation program from a handful of students only a few years ago to a flourishing flagship program that has more than 150 students that are poised to stem the looming pilot shortage.