BA Group Expands Consulting Team with Singh and Kroner

Business Aviation Group (BA Group) has welcomed Cameron Singh and Paige Kroner to the company’s expert team of aviation consultants. With more than 30 years of combined aviation experience, Singh now serves as Director of Consulting Services for BA Group and Kroner will support clients as a dedicated consultant. BA Group’s strategic selection of Singh and Kroner will further establish the company’s role as a leading aviation real estate firm.

Cameron Singh

As an experienced leader at major domestic and international FBOs, Singh will head BA Group’s consulting services department. Singh holds a Doctorate in Executive Leadership from the University of Charleston and completed graduate school at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He also earned his Bachelor of Science in Aviation from San Jose State University.

“This is a very exciting time within the business aviation industry which is experiencing tremendous growth. I am very excited to be a part of an organization that provides expertise in various areas such as development, real estate brokerage, and consulting.The organization is experiencing a lot of demand currently which is resulting in significant growth that allows us to meet the demands of the business aviation industry,” said Singh.

Paige Kroner

Kroner’s role as a BA Group consultant is backed by more than two decades of her aviation experience as a leader in FBO management, flight operations, budget management, event planning, and government affairs. She previously served as the NBAA’s Central Eastern Regional Representative and was the recipient of the NBAA Silk Scarf Award for her contributions to business aviation. Kroner holds a Bachelor of Arts from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College.

“I am excited to join the BA Group where I can bring my broad depth of experience, knowledge, and capabilities to each of our customer’s unique needs. Being located on the east coast, I look forward to reaching new customers, expanding our service offerings, and bringing new opportunities to fruition,” said Kroner.