Dassault Aviation Business Services (DABS) at Switzerland’s Geneva Airport is the latest addition to the Paragon Network of elite FBOs and international handling agents. Dassault, the network's second recent European addition, includes a private terminal with newly refurbished passenger and crew lounges with business and entertainment amenities, concierge services, and a flight-planning area.
DABS also provides assistance with overflight and landing permits, obtaining landing slots, and fuel arrangements, as well as on-site customs and immigration for France and Switzerland since the Geneva airport straddles the border of both countries. The company has a presence on the both north and south aprons and is co-located with Dassault-owned TAG Maintenance Services, which operates a large hangar.
“Geneva is a renowned international hub, and we are delighted to afford our customers yet another world-class FBO,” said Paragon Aviation Group president Megan Barnes. “With a company history dating back to 1916, Dassault’s commitment to excellence in everything they do pairs well with our company’s focus on safety, customer service, and superior value.”
Members of the Paragon Network must undergo a comprehensive audit of their facilities and services to gain admission, and each company must also adhere to a set of core standards to remain a member. Founded in 2011, the network encompasses more than 100 locations in 25 countries with members in many of the world’s predominant business regions.