NDOT Announces Jeremy Borrell as Aeronautics Division Director


Today, the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) announced the selection of Jeremy Borrell as the Department’s Aeronautics Division Director.

Jeremy Borrell

Borrell comes to NDOT with over 20 years of aeronautics experience in various positions. He currently serves as the Nebraska National Guard’s Airborne Infantry First Sergeant. In the private sector, Borrell has worked for both Jet Linx Aviation and Great Lakes Airlines, with responsibilities in fleet utilization coordination, customer service, logistics, and managing regulation compliance.

Dr. Scott Tarry, Associate Dean of UNO’s College of Public Affairs and Community Service and member of NDOT’s Aeronautics Commission, said “I am looking forward to working with Jeremy. It is especially rewarding to see an alumnus of the University of Nebraska at Omaha Aviation Institute ascend into this important leadership position. Jeremy’s knowledge of aviation and manufacturing as well as his experience in the Army National Guard will serve him well in his new role. I know the Aeronautics Commission is eager to learn about his plans for supporting the Nebraska aviation community.”

“Jeremy is uniquely qualified to lead the Division, having served in a variety of positions that have provided a solid foundation of knowledge as to how aviation impacts Nebraska,” said NDOT Director Vicki Kramer. “He brings a wealth of knowledge of all stages and aspects of the aviation industry to NDOT, as well as a proven track record of successful leadership.”

“Aviation is incredible,” Borrell said, “Because it has wide-ranging impacts on our daily lives, connecting individuals and communities from the local to the international level. Nebraska has a robust aviation industry and a passionate aviation community.”

Borrell looks forward to working with the Aeronautics team to ensure that Nebraska’s aviation infrastructure remains a safe, secure, and accessible resource to all.