Roy Redman

President/Founder |

RARE Aircraft President/CEO Roy Redman developed a passion for antique airplanes as a boy, starting with model airplanes, winning national awards for his work. During a successful career as an airline captain, he continued to follow his passion, restoring antique airplanes. Redman and his restorations have gained a reputation nationally for their craftsmanship, precision and technical perfection. Those looking for the very best will ask for it by name – a “Rare Aircraft airplane.”

Jeremy Redman

Restoration Director |

Jeremy RedmanRARE Aircraft Restoration Director Jeremy Redman has had a lifelong exposure to building, restoring and operating antique aircraft. Having a formal background in art, while also being a licensed pilot and mechanic, the well-known visual and technical perfection of a RARE Aircraft restoration is continued through this next generation.

Ben Redman

General Manager |

Ben RedmanRARE Aircraft General Manager Ben Redman took his first airplane ride when he was just one week old, first soloed in a glider at age 14, soloed in a powered plane at age 16, is currently checked out in 65 different aircraft, and holds a commercial pilot certificate and instrument rating. Ben began working on planes at the age of 8, and completed his first major engine overhaul at age 15. Today he holds his A&P and Inspection Authorization license. Ben specializes in power plants, radial engines, and aircraft fabrication.