New developments at FBOs including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
Fargo Jet Center is staying open in temporary facilities while its FBO terminal is being remodeled.
The FAA formally signed Notam Order 7930.2, according to the NBAA, “enabling the first phase of Notam realignment to proceed.” As of January 28, civil loca
The FAA has strongly advised the operators of Witham Field Airport in Stuart, Fla., that their request to shorten 5,826-foot Runway 12/30 is not an option.
Aviation Center at Page Field in Fort Myers, Fla., is now an Avfuel dealer, accepting contract fuel orders via the Avfuel network as well as Avtrip points.
The former Million Air Nassau is now Odyssey Aviation, having left the Million Air franchise system.
In a draft Advisory Circular (AC 150/5210-10) covering ground vehicle operations on airports, the FAA reiterated its new definition of runway incursion to
The Jacksonville Aviation Authority chose Craig Airport for a Florida Department of Transportation program to test a system that will visually monitor day
The Livermore Airport Citizens Group has raised an alarm about a consultant’s report on the building of a new FBO and hangars at Livermore Airport near the
Elliott Aviation’s four FBOs, Millville Jet Center and Sacramento Jet Center’s two FBOs are now branded Air BP fuel sellers.
FBO chain Atlantic has moved into its newest FBO, a $13.6 million facility built on a 13-acre ramp at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).