One of the most recognizable and long-standing executives in business and general aviation, Frenchman Alexandre “Alec” Couvelaire—a compact, high-energy Formula 1 race car in the flesh—has led many ventures to advance the industry in Europe and abroad. And he’s about to add another. The former French air force pilot in 1962 founded Euralair, which began as a small charter company based at Le Bourget Airport near Paris. Under his leadership, the outfit grew ...

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