WE CAN HELP MAKE YOUR MISSION A REALITY
Purchasing aircraft requires navigating a complex set of financial options and procurement requirements. Tempus Applied Solutions is fluent in government contracting requirements and is in a strong position to help its clients secure financing.
We assist with:
Long or short-term operating leases
Investments bring a big advantage to any company, as they give a boost to production growth and thereby increase the company's gross profit.
Tempus Applied Solutions utilizes 100% of the invested funds, purchasing state-of-the-art equipment, opening new production capacities, getting the chance to make higher worth contracts.
B. Scott Terry(left) and Harrison Ford(right) at Aviation Legacy Award.
OUR CEO - B. SCOTT TERRY
Scott Terry founded Tempus after 22 years of experience in government and corporate aviation.
Prior to founding Tempus, Mr. Terry was the Director of Government Sales in the Americas for Bombardier Aerospace. He was responsible for all aspects of the transaction beginning with the business development and proposal effort and culminating with ensuring the delivery of highly modified aircraft for government use. Mr. Terry was responsible for the entire Bombardier Aerospace product line including Learjet, Challenger, Global Express, and Regional Aircraft such as the Canadair Regional Jet and Dehaviland Q Series (Dash 8).
Before joining Bombardier Aerospace, Mr. Terry was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Flight International, Inc. Flight International was a publicly traded aviation services firm with annual revenues of more than $50 million and a fleet of more than 50 turbine powered aircraft. Mr. Terry was recruited by Flight International’s Board of Directors to improve the poor operating performance of the company. After three years of perseverance and strategic leadership, he was able to sell the company to Raytheon Aerospace for a substantial profit.
Mr. Terry’s aviation expertise originated in the U.S. Navy, where he served for 10 years. As an Aviator flying the SH-3H Sea King and P-3 Orion, he accumulated 2,500 flight hours primarily conducting airborne reconnaissance. During his final three years, he held a staff position in London, UK as an aide to the Commander in Chief of US Naval Forces, Europe where he was involved in strategic planning for combat operations in the Balkan conflict as well as the integration of former Warsaw Pact nations into the NATO infrastructure.
His other professional experiences include successful aerospace management consulting assignments, through his consulting firm, Spectro Tech, Inc., for Rolls Royce plc (Bristol Aerospace); TRW Space and Defense; and Bombardier Aerospace.