Fargo Jet Center (Booth 327) welcomed news yesterday that U.S. Customs and Border Protection has reinstated 24-hour customs clearance at its base in Fargo, North Dakota, following service disruptions resulting from automatic budget cuts known as sequestration.
“For more than a decade we have worked to promote Fargo as a preferred location for both clearing U.S. Customs and FBO services,” said Fargo Jet Center vice president Darren Hall. “Our international business has grown significantly over that time. The U.S. Customs service in Fargo is a key part of our service offerings and having it back 24/7 will help us continue to serve our international clients.”
Based on Fargo’s Hector International Airport, Fargo Jet Center serves as a dealer of Avfuel aviation fuels and provides charters, sells, manages and maintains aircraft and operates a Cessna Pilot Center flight school.