Embassair is set to become the fourth fixed-base operator at Miami Opa-Locka Executive Airport (KOPF), and the latest addition to the AEG Connect FBO Network, when it opens in December, the company announced today. Designed by renowned architect Jacques Rougerie, the V-shaped facility seamlessly blends together the 15,000-sq-ft FBO terminal and 60,000-sq-ft of hangar space.
“We want to offer the finest door-to-door service for both business and leisure travelers, providing best-in-class concierge services, modern architectural designs that incorporate the latest technologies, and the highest standards of safety and security,” said company founder Frank Devaux.
The FBO terminal includes a large lobby and four private luxury boarding lounges with direct access to the ramp. It also will have 5,000 sq ft of space dedicated for crew, including three full-size snooze room suites. Additionally, there will be a covered garage with electric vehicle charging stations for customers.
“Embassair’s FBO is one of the most innovative terminals in the world and a true work of art,” added Frank Devaux. “It is based on Embassair’s values of innovation, luxury, and security.”