Management and Staff Bios

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:: Terry Lloyd, Director of Aviation ::
Airport ManagementTerry Lloyd, originally from Philadelphia, PA, completed a 22-year career with the U.S. Air Force in the airport management field, before coming to Kissimmee Airport in 2000. He had numerous assignments throughout the United States, including Avon Park, and Cocoa Beach Florida. He also served in the United Kingdom, Korea and Honduras.

In 1994, Terry was named Airport Manager of the Year for the Air Force's Mobility Command, which provides all air cargo and air refueling tanker service to each branch of the U.S. military, and operates more than 14 bases worldwide.

He has been a member of the American Association of Airport Executives since 1993, and completed the association's highest level of accreditation, Accredited Airport Executive in 2008. Terry, who has a M.B.A. from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, was recognized by Orlando Business Journal in 2015 as one of Orlando's Veterans of Influence.


:: Ramon Senorans, Lead Airport Operations Coordinator ::
Airport StaffRamon Senorans, a Queens, New York native, began his aviation career in 2000 when he enlisted in the United States Air Force and graduated as a distinguished graduate from the Airfield Management Apprentice Course at Keesler AFB. His first assignment was at Luke AFB, AZ where he took on the responsibility of Airfield Management Operations Supervisor. After four years in Arizona, and two tours to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, he separated from the military with an honorable discharge and continued his career in Airfield Management as a civilian contractor for the Air Force at Kandahar Air Base, Afghanistan from November 2004 – November 2005, and again from January 2008 – June 2010.

Ramon returned to Melbourne, FL in June 2010, where he has resided since 1993, to continue his education. He graduated with honors from Brevard Community College in 2012 and received an Associate in Arts degree, followed by a Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in 2016. Ramon has been a member of Kissimmee Gateway Airport staff as an Airport Operations Coordinator since August 2012. 


 :: Kimberly Castro, Airport Operations Coordinator ::
Kimberly Castro Kimberly Castro, a Long Island, New York native, began her aviation career in 1996. While attending North Babylon High School, she enrolled at L.A. Wilson Technological Center and completed an Aviation Science Certificate program. She went on to pursue a Bachelors of Science degree in Aviation Administration and graduated from Farmingdale State University in May 2003. Kimberly was the co-founder of FSU AAAE Student Chapter and voted President from 2000-2002. During her studies, Kimberly completed an internship with Republic Airport (KFRG) in Farmingdale, New York, leading to an opportunity as an Airport Operations Coordinator/Aircraft Rescue Firefighter from June 2000 to January 2005. She was a selected Team Leader for the Airport Revitalization program and Beautification Project committee. Kimberly conducted fire extinguishing training and airport familiarization sessions to the airport community and also joined the Snow Removal team. She then began working as an Air Traffic Radio Operator for Aeronautical Radio Inc. (ARINC) from January 2007 to January 2012 and provided communication services for commercial, military and corporate aircraft transitioning the North Atlantic, Caribbean and South American regions.

In July 2012, Kimberly and her family relocated to Central Florida area and has been a member of Kissimmee Gateway Airport staff as an Airport Operations Coordinator since June 2013. 


:: Miguel Alcover, Airport Operations Coordinator ::
Airport StaffMiguel A. Alcover, originally from Lares, Puerto Rico. In 1989, he joined the U.S. Armed Forces, ARMY Military Intelligence Branch MOS 97G until 1995, when he relocated back to Puerto Rico and became an Undercover Police Officer for the Puerto Rico Police Department from 1997 until 2003. He retired from the Puerto Rico Ports Authority in Dec 2010 where he served as internal Security Officer and Airport Security Coordinator at the Rafael Hernandez International Airport at Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (2003 – 2010).

Miguel has been involved in aviation from an early age, as his late father was a pilot. In the 1990s he began flying remote control airplanes and helicopters, then in 1997 started flying Ultralight Aircraft, including Paragliders, Planes, Trikes and Gyrocopters.