Geneva Airpark Expands FBO Services

EBACE Convention News » 2013
May 22, 2013, 4:00 AM

Geneva Airpark (Booth 1721) has introduced an array of new services and facilities. The expansion of the four-year-old FBO follows a 10-percent increase in traffic handled during 2012, to 4,500 movements.

The new service portfolio includes oxygen system servicing, oil-level and tire-pressure checks, as well as fuel-pump draining. The company also offers aircraft cleaning and permanent video surveillance.

The 215,000-sq-ft complex, situated close to Terminal C3 at Geneva International Airport, consists of 108,000 sq ft of hangar space, 75,000 sq ft of ramp, 51,000 sq ft of offices. The hangar has a 72-foot-high door and can accommodate up to 18 business jets, or a pair of 747s simultaneously.

The FBO already provides full ramp services, crew workrooms and WiFi across the ramp and hangar. A 3-D video of the facility can be viewed at

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