Cutter Aviation Consolidates at Texas Airport

 - January 18, 2022, 11:47 AM
With its acquisition of rival GTU Jet at Austin, Texas-area Georgetown Municipal Airport, Cutter Aviation has expanded its position as the lone full-service FBO there. The Phoenix-based service provider will consolidate its operations into the former GTU Jet terminal.

Following its acquisition of AeroJet FBO at Texas’s Georgetown Executive Airport (KGTU) at the end of December, Cutter Aviation has further consolidated its presence at the airport with the purchase of GTU Jet FBO—the second full-service provider on the field.

The GTU facility includes a 20,588-sq-ft terminal and 78,000 sq ft of hangar space capable of sheltering aircraft up to a Gulfstream G450. It brings the company to 152,000 sq ft of hangar space at KGTU for based clients and transient traffic and 34,588 sq ft of FBO and office space, including conference rooms, pilot lounge with snooze room, flight-planning area, crew car, and concierge service. According to the company, it will relocate its FBO operation into the GTU terminal and renovate the former AeroJet facility for other purposes such as office space.

In addition to Georgetown, Cutter also operates full-service FBOs at Phoenix Sky Harbor and Deer Valley Airports, Albuquerque International Sunport, and Colorado Springs Municipal Airport.

“Georgetown is in one of the fastest-growing counties in the country with some of the largest companies in the world moving to the area,” said Cutter president and CEO Will Cutter. “We are very proud to have the opportunity to be involved in the town’s growth and to be able to generate jobs while providing first-class FBO services to clients and visitors.”