Avjet expects to break ground this month on a new FBO at Seoul Gimpo International Airport. According to the company, plans for the facility call for enough hangar space to accommodate four BBJ-sized aircraft, along with four large-cabin business jets such as the Bombardier Global. The project is a partnership between the California-based aviation services provider and Korea Airport Corp. Avjet Asia was awarded a 10-year contract to manage the facility, which is expected to be completed in October next year.
Avjet Tapped for South Korean FBO
- February 6, 2014, 2:35 AM