The Lynx FBO Network is buying Napa Jet Center at California’s Napa County Airport, marking the seventh facility acquisition since Lynx was founded in 2016 and its second this year, the company announced today. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Lynx plans to dedicate “significant investments” into the Napa facility, including the design and development of an FBO campus “reflective of the FBO's role as the gateway to the Napa Valley.”
The FBO chain has hired Carrie Campbell to serve as the general manager of the Napa facility. Campbell previously worked with the Lynx management team while at Landmark Aviation, where she served as general manager for Landmark’s San Diego FBO. In addition to managing the general aviation operations at one of the busiest single-runway airports in the country, she successfully oversaw construction of a new FBO facility completed there in 2014.
Lynx and its parent company, Sterling Aviation Group, continue to actively seek FBO acquisitions in North America, it said.