Keith learned to fly at Marshfield Airport in the early 70s, while expanding his yacht sales and service business. During the 70s and 80s, he owned and operated various aircraft models in including Cessna 310, Beech Baron, and Piper Aerostars, allowing him to reach clients quickly and efficiently. Together with Ed Novak, Keith acquired Shoreline Aviation in 1988 and became the Fixed Based Operator at Marshfield Airport. Shoreline's charter and management division has grown from a small operation with a few employees to a vibrant company that has operated multiple jet, turboprop and piston models and has offices in Marshfield, MA, Bedford, MA and Palm Beach, FL. Keith has thousands of hours of flight time and is type rated in Citation 500 and 560XL aircraft. He enjoys boating, fishing, and golfing.
Principal, Director of Maintenance
Edward J. Novak
- Office: 781.834.4928
With 35 years as an Airframe and Powerplant Technician, 32 years with Inspection Authorization and numerous factory schools attended, Ed brings a breadth of technical expertise to the maintenance team. Ed has been a Principal and the Director of Maintenance at Shoreline since March of 1988. Ed graduated first in his class in 1983 from East Coast Aero Tech. Specific areas of expertise include Citation 500 series aircraft, Piper, Diamond, Cessna, Mooney and Beech aircraft as well as Pratt & Whitney PT6A, JT15D, PW535 and PW545 turbine engines and Lycoming/Continental piston engines. Ed is married with three children. He enjoys cycling and spending time with his family during his downtime.
Ann joined Shoreline in 1989. With 29 years of industry experience in aircraft sales and acquisitions, charter and aircraft management, FBO management, airport management and community relations, Ann has been instrumental in Shoreline's growth and success. With the influence of her Naval Aviator father, Ann obtained her pilot's license before her driver's license. She enjoys helping pilots pursue their passion of flying, and assisting businesses and individuals with aircraft acquisition and management solutions. She has been involved in hundreds of piston, turboprop and jet transactions. Ann has served on the NATA BOD, the Duncan Aviation CA Council, and the MA Airport Management Association BOD. She is involved in a number of local charities. Ann is an avid fly-fisherman and spends most of her spare time in or around the water.
With over 20 years as a certificated pilot, Joe brings considerable experience to the Shoreline Aviation team. Joe joined Shoreline in 2005 as a Certified Flight Instructor after earning his CFI, CFII, and MEI from ATP Flight School. Joe has served in a variety of positions, including Chief Pilot and Company Check Airmen. He has been a key member of Shoreline’s leadership team and has contributed significantly to Shoreline’s growth and success. Joe is ATP rated, experienced in a variety of aircraft types and is an excellent mentor and instructor pilot. As the Director of Operations and Check Airmen for Shoreline’s charter operation, Joe is responsible for overseeing all flight operations. He is a current Captain in our Citation 560s, 560XL, and our Falcon 2000. Joe and his wife Kristen have two sons Brodie, and Brayden. They enjoy boating together.
Jeff brings great energy and enthusiasm to the Shoreline team. He is a lifelong aviation enthusiast who has been working in the aviation industry for nearly 20 years. Jeff is an Air Force veteran who has worked for Keystone Helicopter in a materials support role, Sikorsky Helicopter in an engineering/manufacturing role, Penn Avionics, and a mechanic/avionics technician, and most recently as the Assistant Manager of the Brandywine Airport in West Chester Pennsylvania. He is the proud father of two sons serving overseas in the United State Air Force and his two younger sons who relocated to the area with his wife Amy. In his own words, "I am a private pilot with tail wheel, complex, and high-performance endorsements and I am always looking for an opportunity to fly."
A New England native, Ryan learned to fly at New Bedford regional airport. Ryan has been a certified pilot for over eight years. After working as an instructor Ryan started his journey into the charter industry flying turboprops in New England and the Caribbean. Keeping with his love of teaching and mentoring, Ryan became a flight, ground, and simulator instructor. When the opportunity arose, Ryan started working as Director of Safety for respected PC-12 operator. When Shoreline Aviation had an opening to fly their PC-12, Ryan jumped at the chance to join the Shoreline team. He is a line pilot and check airman in the PC-12, as well as Director of Safety. In his spare time Ryan enjoys writing and playing music.