February 2019 Newsletter


2019 is in full swing and KLVJ continues to grow. As we add more based aircraft, and increase our traffic numbers, I wanted to take a moment to re-introduce the KLVJ team. We see lots of new faces around the FBO every day, and we would like each of you to get to know our team!

Trevor Espersen

Trevor joined the KLVJ Team as a Line Service Technician in September 2016.

Originally from Winnipeg, Canada, Trevor is a Military Veteran who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team. He was a supervisor at Winnipeg International Airport (CYWG) at one of the busiest FBO's in North America. He managed a team of eight, pumping nearly 1 million gallons of jet fuel a month!

He enjoys the community atmosphere of KLVJ and is an integral member of our team. From fuel sales to airfield repairs, he can do it all!

In his spare time, Trevor likes to play computer games and challenge himself by learning programming languages, working on his truck, going sailing, visiting NASA and spending time with his two amazing Huskies- Yukon and Mackenzie.

Stephen Patchen

Before joining the KLVJ team in May 2014, Stephen was an Airborne Cavalry Scout in the US Army. He learned lifelong skills and takes great pride in his service to our country. When he returned from service, he began attending school in Houston.

In his five years at KLVJ, Stephen has seen it all, and couldn't think of a better place to be. He makes sure that every customer leaves with a smile! Stephen has been a major factor in the improvement of KLVJ over the years. We are a small team, so he is tasked with everything including refueling aircraft, fuel quality testing, facilities maintenance, and customer service.

His favorite part of the job is that every day is different! There are always new faces, different aircraft, and new challenges to keep him going. He takes pride in helping others and providing top notch service.

In his spare time, Stephen likes to stay in and read books, play games, cook amazing meals, and hang out with his English Pointer Shade.

Adam Arceneaux (myself)

I found my love of aviation and started my aviation career as a Crew Chief on the F-16 Fighting Falcons in the US Air Force. After that life-changing experience, I always looked to the skies with excitement and awe!

Upon returning home, I began my civilian aviation career at Georgetown Municipal Airport (KGTU) as a Line Technician, Operations Manager and eventually the General Manager of the Georgetown Jet Center. I was the first Line Service Manager for Redbird Flight Simulations' Skyport FBO at San Marcos Regional Airport (KHYI) where I shared my love of flying by selling Redbird Full-Motion Flight Simulators to pilots, flight schools and universities all over the world. I found my way back to the flight line as the Admissions Director for the Redbird Skyport Flight School, then made the move to KLVJ as the Airport Operations Manager.

I married the love of my life, Erin, on Nov. 2nd 2018, and in our spare time, we love to travel, see live music, and go camping with our dog Clara.

We are a small team, but love what we do and our customers. Stop by the FBO and say hi!

Safe flying, 

Adam Arceneaux
Airport Manager


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Don't miss the upcoming GPS Seminar (March 7) and the Annual Poker Run (March 18).  For more information visit their website or email president@bayareaaeroclub.org.



Visit the Land for Sale page on our website to download the brochure to see the reduced sale price on the remaining lots. 

Pearland Regional Airport is offering a rare opportunity to own property at a growing, privately-owned airport! There are currently four lots available, ranging in size from 10,300 square feet to 4.8 acres.  All lots have direct airfield access and can be developed for private or commercial use.