To support and develop business aviation traffic between New York and London, Teterboro Airport and London Biggin Hill Airport have signed a memorandum to become “sister airports.” According to the agreement, they will participate in mutual assistance and cooperation in areas such as customer service, communication, safety and security. Both airports are international general aviation gateways near large metropolitan cities with multiple FBOs and MROs. With Biggin Hill anticipating increased development to address a shortage of runway capacity in the London area, its operators hope to use the New Jersey airport as a template.
U.S., UK General Aviation Airports Sign Cooperative Agreement
- August 15, 2013, 2:55 PM