Located at the New Bedford Regional Airport (KEWB) in New Bedford, Massachusetts, Sandpiper Air was founded in 1998 by William N. Whelan. He and his son, William M. Whelan, are successful and established business professionals as well as avid pilots with more than 50 years of aviation experience between them. The Whelan's knowledge of the needs of the aviation community comes from first hand experience.
Sandpiper Air is dedicated to providing unmatched customer service, responsive ground support, and skilled maintenance. We take pride in our name and strive to accommodate all of your flying needs. Our professional staff are here to provide you with a seamless and comfortable experience whether you are visiting for a day or here to stay.
Karen O'Donnell - Accounting
Karen manages our bookkeeping systems to ensure customer accounts and up to date and accurate. If you have any questions regarding a bill please contact Karen: email@example.com
Mark Cordeiro - Director of Maintenance
Mark holds an A&P I/A with 28 years of aircraft maintenance experience and has also taken the Garrett TPE 331 line maintenance training certification. Mark is also a certified Rotax engine mechanic. With each project Mark will work with his customers to get them flying again quickly and safely. Mark is a Private Pilot and avid motorcycle enthusiast.
Zach Chicoine - Line Service Manager
Zach is responsible for our aircraft ground support services. When you visit our facility, Zach or a member of his team will be on hand to assist you with fuel, hangar or ramp space, lavatory and water service, catering, and more
Garrett Costa - Aircraft Mechanic & Inspector (A&P / IA)
A graduate of Nation Aviation Academy, Garrett has been a valued member of the Sandpiper maintenance team for almost 10 years. Garrett is a manufacturer trained ICON service tech and experienced with a wide variety of GA aircraft.
Adam Nowicki - Aircraft Technician
Adam has an extensive technical background maintaining everything from heavy construction equipment to light aircraft. Adam came over to the maintenance department after 3 years as Line Service Manager for Sandpiper Air.