Euro Jet Intercontinental Ltd continues to expand its presence in the Balkan countries by being the only ground handling support company located in Pristina, Kosovo.
Hoosier Aviation (HUF) Moves Forward at Terre Haute International Airport Supported by Fuel Partner Avfuel
Terre Haute International Airport is getting a breath of fresh air in the form of Avfuel-branded Hoosier Aviation (formerly the Terre Haute Air Center), now under the ownership of Jordan and Nicole Brown. The Browns plan to grow the FBO, as well as the general aviation presence at the airport beginning with a remodel of the facility, scheduled to be completed by early February 2012.
Located just 20 miles (35 km) from Downtown Vancouver at the Boundary Bay Airport (CZBB), Boundary Bay Air Services enters the market with a new brand and superior services.
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) announced 16 individuals who successfully passed the Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) exam during 2011.
The Hangar Ten aviation services complex, located at the Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport (MKC), has received the coveted Keystone Recognition Award presented by the Clay County Economic Development Council for contributions to the local community in areas of job creation, expansion and capital improvements.
Schedulers and Dispatchers, one of the NBAA’s most attended yearly conferences, is famous for the exciting giveaways hosted by exhibitors. On January 10, Paragon Aviation Group confirmed it will continue the tradition by offering its popular “Paragon Pays” prize at this year’s conference.
TMA Group, the FBO at Cambridge Municipal Airport, and Avfuel Corporation have announced that TMA Group will join Avfuel’s network of branded FBOs and will offer Avfuel products and solutions in addition to the services and amenities already available.
Part 1: Our FBO Business Outlook for 2012
By John L. Enticknap and Ron R. Jackson, Aviation Business Strategies Group
Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please. —Mark Twain
Recently we received a call from one of the major business aviation publications asking for our outlook for the FBO business in 2012. As writers, practitioners and consultants to the business aviation community, we are often contacted by the aviation trade press for our views on various industry subjects.
We have our ears and eyes glued to the FBO market, and recently completed one of our FBO Success Seminars for the National Air Transportation Association (NATA), so we have a pretty good pulse on the health of the industry.
Looking into the FBO Crystal Ball for 2012
First of all, in today’s political environment—especially with an election year upon us—it’s hard to get a good read on what’s going to happen in 2012 on a national level that will affect our FBO industry either positively or negatively. If you’ve watched any of the debates, you probably think ‘ol Mark Twain hit the nail on the head. You might as well wet your finger and hold it up in the air to see which way the economic wind is going to blow.