MAC Air Group opened its new 43,000-sq-ft FBO facility—MAC Jets—at Portland (Maine) International Jetport on Tuesday, adding full FBO services to its capabilities. This builds on the 57-year-old company’s aircraft charter and management service; aircraft sales, acquisition and leasing; and aircraft maintenance, parts and avionics sales and repair.
Its new FBO complex is the only operation on the south side of the airport field, allowing for easier access to major highways. Thus, it claims that customers can drive to downtown Portland in just seven minutes. The company's FBO is part of the Avfuel network.
Specializing in charter, sales and maintenance, MAC Air Group operates 18 jets and is an FBO customer itself—insight that it is using to provide good FBO service. "Our success is driven by our dedication to total customer satisfaction—our top priority along with safety," said Allyn Caruso, owner of parent company Maine Aviation. “As a three-generation family business, we’re passionate about aviation and providing service that’s second-to-none” said Caruso.