TD Ameritrade (Video): Tal Keinan On Low Volatility Aviation Development Company


There is very low volatility in this market because whether people are flying or not, businesses pay their rent, says Sky Harbour (SKYH) CEO, Tal Keinan. Keinan discusses how the increase in business travel will benefit Sky Harbour and the outlook for the company as a whole. Watch full interview here

NY Times: More Private Jets Take to the Skies, Creating Gridlock on the Ground


Developers are rapidly expanding hangar space at airports across the country to keep up with a growing demand for places to park private planes. …….. One of those developers is Tal Keinan, an American-Israeli investor and former fighter pilot who is developing a network of luxury hangars. It’s also his first foray into the aviation […]

Westchester Magazine: Westchester-Based Aviation Hangar Company Sky Harbour Goes Public


Aviation infrastructure company Sky Harbour Group LLC has set out to address the shortage of private aviation hangars in the country. Following a completed business combination between Sky Harbour Group and Yellowstone Acquisition Company, Sky Harbour Group Corporation began trading Class A common stock on January 26, 2022. Following its stock market debut, the Westchester-based private aviation firm announces plans […]

Boardroom Alpha: Tal Keinan on Sky Harbour creating a home-base for Private Aviation


Tal Keinan, a former Israeli Military pilot and the CEO of Sky Harbour, got the idea to start Sky when he couldn’t find a spot to park his plane. While this might be the ultimate “first world problem,” there exists a real gap in the private aviation industry of available hangars to park planes versus […]

Bloomberg’s The Tape: Markets, REITS and Flying Private


Tal Keinan, CEO of Sky Harbour, discusses recent challenges for people and businesses flying private amid the pandemic and winter weather cancellations. Hosted by Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller.

Cheddar News: Sky Harbour Group to Land on NYSE Via SPAC Deal


Sky Harbour, a company developing private aviation infrastructure, is gearing up to land on Wall Street. The company announced plans to go public through a SPAC deal with Yellowstone Acquisition Company, valuing the combined venture at $777 million. The company will trade on the New York Stock Exchange as SKYH.

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