Universal Paris back to normal

Aviation International News » July 2007
July 5, 2007, 7:06 AM

Almost four months after suffering a damaging fire, the Universal Aviation FBO at Paris Le Bourget Airport has been fully restored. The FBO, part of the UVGlobal network, opened in May 2006 and offers a large hangar, VIP passenger lounge, separate crew and driver lounge, customs and immigration clearance at the aircraft, weather planning and flight plan filing services and free wireless Internet access. The FBO was able to stay open while the fire damage was repaired. “All trips were handled successfully over these past few months while we restored the lounges and certain offices in the facility,” said FBO manager Sandrine Jackson.

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