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Jet Aviation commences operations at Washington Dulles International Airport

Posted 24 January 2017 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation, that operates across the Middle East, has acquired Ross Aviation's Fixed Base Operation (FBO) at Washington Dulles International Airport.

Jet Aviation announced the acquisition of Ross Aviation’s FBO location at Washington Dulles International Airport, one of the world's most active business aviation markets. With more than 20 FBO operations worldwide, the addition of Washington Dulles allows Jet Aviation to meet increasing demand for high-quality, customer-oriented FBO services.

Jet Aviation’s Washington Dulles facility encompasses six hangars, 10 acres of ramp space and a newly renovated best-in-class FBO terminal building that includes on-site Customs and Immigration clearance, VIP lounge, flight planning center, executive conference room and on-site car rental.

“We are delighted to expand our FBO network in the U.S. to include Washington Dulles International Airport,” said Jet Aviation Group President Rob Smith. “Washington Dulles is well connected to Jet Aviation's other US locations, particularly Teterboro Airport, and with a large volume of international traffic it’s a significant expansion of our global network. Jet Aviation’s unparalleled hospitality and premium customer service makes us a great addition to Washington Dulles, just in time for the Presidential Inauguration.”

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