FBO


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FBO

abbr.
faith-based organization
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The completion of this project will result in the Baton Rouge Metro Airport having a first-class FBO facility that will rival the finest airports in the country.
Following the merger, BTR Jet expects to make a capital investment of USD 3.0m in the construction of a new FBO operations facility and three new hangars.
Jet Center at Santa Fe has officially assumed a long-term lease agreement between Murphy Ventures and City of Scottsdale with the intention of opening and operating a third FBO at Scottsdale Airport.
The company hosted a grand opening at the FBO during recently concluded Dubai Airshow.
Airports with only one FBO are problematic, but FBOs should be free to charge whatever they want for whatever services they offer.
On Monday, the September 5, the FBO Media blacklisted one binary broker after reliable sources reported that they were refusing payments to an affiliate.
Houston, Texas-based private equity firm The Sterling Group has created a new fixed based operator (FBO) network and acquired Destin Jet, the company said.
In a review of the Sharjah FBO handling rates, Gama Aviation has reduced basic handling prices by 20 per cent.
As Deputy FBO Director he will be supervising operations.
In a news release, TAC Air said the Little Rock FBO will offer "a wide range of aviation support services, including fueling, hangar space, and ground handing."
Under the contract Eastern Aviation Fuels will use PASSUR's solutions across its FBO network.
According to the co-owner of FBO Riga, an entrepreneur from Moscow, Igor Malyshkov, the investment in the project totaled 30 million euros and is expected to be repaid in about five years.