May 23, 2007 - 10:51am

Next month’s June opening of the new Encore Euralair FBO at Aéroport Côte d’Azur in Nice, France, brings more U.S.-style FBO services to the European business aviation market.

November 29, 2006 - 10:52am

After a lower court rejected its lawsuit against Euralair S.A. last month, Belgium’s Flying Group has appealed to a Paris court charging Euralair failed to comply with its commitment to assign the business assets of its Euralair Airport Services FBO (EAS) to Flying Group, which has included it in its plans to set up operations at Paris Le Bourget Airport.

October 24, 2006 - 12:06pm

Paris Le Bourget FBO Euralair Airport Services (EAS) has renewed a five-year agreement to remain in the Exxon Mobil Avitat network until 2010. The French company is also preparing to move into new premises at Le Bourget as part of a deal with Belgium’s Flying Group, which will be taking over and rebuilding its existing facility.

October 23, 2006 - 7:09am

After months of negotiation, the Flying Group has obtained approval from the board of directors of Aeroports de Paris to convert the short-term lease at Euralair Airport Services to a long-term lease for 25 years.

The Flying Group will have a full-fledged base of operations at Le Bourget and will also be able to invest in new facilities and develop its business aviation activities at the airport.

October 16, 2006 - 6:02am

Greek FBO Athens Aviation Signature is introducing a new tailor-made package called “Fly & Save.” The package provides free cleaning services and fuel discounts for frequent visitors, the company said at EBACE.

Flying Group, based in Antwerp, Belgium, reported it is in final negotiations for the takeover of the Euralair FBO at Paris Le Bourget. It plans to upgrade the Euralair facilities.

September 20, 2006 - 11:37am

European business aviation service companies Flying Group and Euralair are squaring off for a legal battle over a proposed takeover that appears to have gone sour.

September 14, 2006 - 11:17am

Flying Group has lodged an appeal in Paris after a lower court rejected its complaint against the Le Bourget-based Euralair group in April. The Antwerp, Belgium-based group claimed Euralair failed to comply with its commitment to hand over the business assets of its FBO, Euralair Airport Services (EAS), as part of its plans to expand its operations at the Paris business airport.

September 11, 2006 - 10:04am

The Paris appeals court has rejected Flying Group’s appeal over its claims that the Euralair group reneged on a deal to sell the assets of its Le Bourget Airport FBO, Euralair Airport Services (EAS). The appeals court upheld an earlier ruling by the Bobigny commercial court that had dismissed the Belgian group’s claims and ordered that Flying Group pay Euralair $37,000 (€30,000) for an “abusive procedure.”