Aerotron building new Guadalajara FBO

Aviation International News » November 2008
November 3, 2008, 9:51 AM

Aerotron has begun construction of a new FBO at Guadalajara’s Don Miguel Hidalgo International Airport, Mexico’s third-busiest airport. While the new facility is under construction, Aerotron this month will begin offering FBO services from a temporary office and using four new fuel trucks. The new FBO, located next to the Mexicana maintenance facility, will feature a 27,000-sq-ft hangar, 8,300-sq-ft terminal and 215,000-sq-ft ramp. Construction should be finished in a year, according to Aerotron president Enrique Tron. Aerotron Guadalajara will be the company’s second FBO, joining 17-year-old Aerotron Puerto Vallarta.

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