Arizona-based Cutter Aviation has expanded its FBO network to five locations with the acquisition of AeroJet FBO, one of two full-service providers at Texas’s Georgetown Municipal Airport (KGTU) in Williamson County, which is 30 miles north of the state capital Austin and has been described as one of the fastest-growing counties in the country and home to many large companies. KGTU is also a strategic fueling stop for cross-country flights.
The facility includes a 14,000-sq-ft terminal with conference rooms, pilot lounge with snooze room, flight-planning area, crew car, and concierge service. It also offers 74,000 sq ft of hangar space that can accommodate aircraft up to a Gulfstream G450.
Cutter, which is approaching its 95th anniversary, opened a major new aircraft maintenance and sales facility in San Antonio in 2020. But this new addition is its first FBO expansion into the Lone Star State, and the territory will now be managed by Will D. Cutter, who represents the fourth generation of family ownership.
“We’re thrilled to be part of Georgetown’s community and to increase our presence in the Southwest,” said company president and CEO Will Cutter. “We look forward to welcoming local based clients, as well as transient clients, and providing them the same level of service we are known for at our other locations.”