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Drone Disinfection: GAMG is Keeping the Live Entertainment Industry On Stage

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

For private aviation charter company GAMG, drone disinfection is a way to keep clients in the entertainment industry on stage. Toni Drummond, CEO of Global Aerial Management Group (GAMG), a 100% woman-owned-and-operated business, turned a challenge into an opportunity. When COVID struck, this pioneer who had earned her stripes in manned aviation running private jet aviation services and talent and production companies, started looking for ways to keep her VIP clients’ concerts and events safe. The solution: literally a solution. A tried and true long-term surface protectant used by hospitals, sprayed from drones. Read about the jet-to-stage model here.


Topics: charter aviation; Global Aerial Management Group; GAMG; drone disinfection; entertainment industry; Jet-to-Stage; Manned – Unmanned Model; Toni Drummond; Klean Company; non toxic chemical-free barrier; STEM education; women in aviation

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