Brad is the Fayetteville Regional Airport Director for the City of Fayetteville, in which he has served since August 1995.
Prior to Fayetteville, Brad was the General Manager for Corporate Jets Airport Management Services, at Cumberland Regional Airport in Maryland and managed both the Airport and Fixed Base Operator (FBO) fueling and aircraft maintenance operations. He also served as the Commissioner of Aviation for Dutchess County Airport, NY and as the Assistant Airport Manager for Cortland County, NY for a total of 40 years of Airport Management experience.
Brad earned his Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) Certification from the American Association of Airport Executives in 1984, an Associate Degree in Aerospace Technology from S.U.N.Y. Farmingdale, NY, a Bachelor of Science in Airport Management from Middle Tennessee State University, and Master Business Administration from Fayetteville State University.
Toney is the Fayetteville Regional Airport Deputy Director for the City of Fayetteville, and he has served since April 1993.
Previous to Fayetteville, Toney served 25 years in the Army as an Army Reserve and Active Duty Aviation, and Special Operations Officer. During his military service he earned numerous awards for meritorious service including two Bronze Stars for distinguished service during combat operations Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom. As the Deputy Director at Fayetteville, Toney is responsible for direct supervision and oversight of all airport staff sections and supporting entities to include Administration, Maintenance, Custodial, Fire, and Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) Support Services.
Toney earned his Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) Certification with the American Association of Airport Executives in 2006, a Bachelor’s Degree from Winston-Salem Statue University, a Master’s Degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and a Doctoral Degree from Northcentral University. He also holds a Commercial Pilot’s License with instrument ratings in helicopters and airplanes.
Fun Fact: Toney “Flies Fayetteville”, whether he’s in the passenger seat of an American or Delta Airlines aircraft or serving as pilot-in-command of a private aircraft from Fayetteville’s Flight School – All American Aviation!