Our Staff


Terry's aviation career began in 1976 as a pilot for a large charter operator where he would ultimately serve as Director of Maintenance and Chief Pilot. From there, Terry went on to fly for Eastern Airlines where his time off allowed him the ability to build the Learjet maintenance and charter facility that has become Florida Jet.

Today as President and Chief Pilot, Terry still actively takes a hands-on approach to running a successful operation at Florida Jet. He has logged over 20,000 flight hours and continues to fly the Learjet and Eurocopter.


Chief Pilot
Luke Buckett is an upstate New York native who joined the Florida Jet team in 2015 after graduating from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a major in Aeronautical Science and a minor in Air Traffic Control. He is an accomplished aviation manager, an Airline Transport Rated pilot with over 3,000 hours of flight experience, and holds an FAA Flight Instructor Certificate. Engrained from early on at Embry-Riddle, Luke manages the Florida Jet pilots with a strong culture of safety, knowledge, and professionalism. Luke is type rated in three different turbojet aircraft, including the Gulfstream 3, Learjet 55, and Learjet 60.


Director of Charter and Human Resources
Kate joined Florida Jet in 2006. She is dedicated to ensuring every detail of a flight is completed with the upmost care and has shown a commitment to providing our customers with exceptional service. Whether it is arranging ground transportation for our passengers, placing discerning catering orders, or coordinating with family members and personal assistants, she will make sure your experience with Florida Jet is second to none. A native of Chicago and the youngest of eight, Kate possesses that warm and friendly Midwest personality which our customers find a pleasure to work with.


Director of Maintenance
Nigel Ramjattan has been an FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) mechanic for over 20 years. Nigel has extensive experience maintaining a wide variety of general aviation and commercially operated airplanes and helicopters, specializing in Learjets and the EC-130. Nigel joined Florida Jet in 2007. Always showing meticulous attention to detail, Nigel was promoted to Director of Maintenance of Florida Jet Service in 2016. Nigel has always had a passion for aviation and is also a rated pilot.