New developments at FBOs including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
Icelandic FBO SouthAir offers what it describes as a red-carpet stepping stone for corporate aircraft operators crossing the forbidding North Atlantic.
Even before last month’s terrorist attacks, FBOs faced formidable business challenges.
SimuFlite, which was recently rebranded as GE Capital SimuFlite to emphasize that it is a subsidiary of General Electric, has begun its third major expansi
Jet Aviation’s main strength is in Europe, where 11 major facilities generate 60 percent of its income, and the U.S., with four major facilities and 18 sup
TAG Aviation is working hard to provide European business aviation with a resource it desperately needs–an airport to call its own.
Apopka, Fla.-based GreenFlight International continues to refine its “first generation” biofuel for jets and plans to conduct the first biofuel transcontin
“The fundamentals don’t support the price of oil,” Hiller Group national sales manager Wesley Earl told attendees of the Florida Aviation Trade Association
Two new programs designed to enhance FBO operations have been inaugurated by Chevron Aviation.
In its renewed premises at Zurich Airport, Zimex offers executive handling services, as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul for various types of aircr
ExxonMobil Aviation has unveiled its new PremierCare certification system, an instruction and qualification program for line service personnel at Avitat an