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New Addition to the Skytech Family

We are thrilled to welcome Scott Ducker back to the Skytech team as a Pilatus sales representative! Scott will represent Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24 sales in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and the Caribbean. 

Meet Scott Ducker

Having spent most of his youth in Maryland, Scott attended the University of Maryland, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in transportation business in 1991. Soloing a Cessna at 16, he ultimately finished his Private Pilot License in college. In 1991 and 1992, Scott attended Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, to add an A&P Mechanic License through their Aviation Maintenance Technology Associate program. Scott also added Instrument, Multi-Engine, Commercial, and CFI ratings during this time. In 1995, Scott landed a job with Skytech, Inc., in Baltimore, Maryland, supporting a new spare parts program for the just launched Pilatus PC-12 Turboprop.

In 1996, Scott helped transfer the PC-12 parts program to the newly established Pilatus Business Aircraft in Broomfield, Colorado. At that time, he moved to Colorado to work for Pilatus as their PC-12 Materials Manager. After five years of navigating the exciting growth of a new market with Pilatus, the draw to aircraft sales led Scott to pursue a work opportunity with a New Pilatus Aircraft Dealer, Epps Aviation, in Atlanta, Georgia. Pat Epps hired Scott as a PC-12 salesman in October of 2001, where he has worked selling to and supporting Pilatus customers in the South-East USA through March of 2024.

In April of 2024, Scott is excited to rejoin Skytech, Inc. as a member of their Pilatus Sales Team, continuing his long tenure as a Pilatus sales representative in the South East. Scott is an avid aviator with an ATP and over 5200 flight hours, of which almost 4000 hours are exclusively in Pilatus Aircraft, including all PC-12 models and the PC-24 Jet. He holds two jet type ratings and is known to fly a warbird periodically for a local museum. Scott and his wife, Jami, have two adult daughters, Skylar and Madelyn, and live in Roswell, Georgia, with their dog, Earl.

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