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Entries in American Aero FTW (12)

Thursday
Dec062018

American Aero FTW's Sixth Annual Holiday Toy Drive at KFTW

The annual holiday celebration benefits the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program, and guests include clients and tenants, as well as area firefighters and police officers.

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Wednesday
Oct172018

American Aero FTW Becomes World’s First FBO to Earn Rigorous IS-BAH Stage 3 Safety Registration

American Aero FTW, a fixed-base operator (FBO) serving flight crews and passengers at Meacham International Airport (KFTW) in Fort Worth, Texas, today became the first FBO in the world to earn a new Stage 3 safety and ground handling certificate of registration from the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC).

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Thursday
Sep272018

American Aero FTW Hits Milestone With 6th Annual Donation to the Navy SEAL Foundation

This year, the FBO’s total donations since 2013 topped the $100,000 mark, and three SEALs have received pilot training scholarships under the American Aero FTW matching funds program.

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Thursday
Dec142017

American Aero FTW Hosts Fifth Holiday Toy Drive

The Fort Worth aviation community is once again aiming high to help make the holidays brighter for area children. Hosted by American Aero FTW, a private aviation terminal at Meacham International Airport, the fifth annual toy drive and luncheon collected more than 200 toys and 65 bicycles this year,

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Monday
Dec112017

NBAA recognizes American Aero FTW VP Bob Agostino with Aviation Safety Award

Robert Agostino, vice president of Fort Worth-based American Aero FTW, has been awarded the annual Dr. Tony Kern Professionalism in Aviation Award by the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA).

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Tuesday
Oct102017

American Aero FTW Donation to Navy SEAL Foundation 

American Aero FTW, a fixed base operator (FBO) at Meacham International Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, helped launch a new scholarship program with the Navy SEAL Foundation today, with a $22,000 donation to support pilot training for former SEALs. The check was presented on the first day of the NBAA 2017 Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Las Vegas.

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Friday
Jul142017

American Aero FTW becomes first FBO in Texas to earn Stage II IS-BAH certification

American Aero FTW, a fixed-base operator (FBO) serving Meacham International Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, continues to lead the way in private aviation safety. The FBO is the first in Texas, and one of only a handful in the world, to earn the new rigorous Stage II safety and ground handling certificate of registration from the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC).

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Wednesday
Mar292017

American Aero FTW Hosts NBAA Regional 

After opening the doors to a new, world-class facility at Meacham International Airport less than two months ago, American Aero FTW served as the host FBO for the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Regional Forum in Fort Worth. The one-day event brought together current and prospective business aircraft owners, operators, manufacturers, customers, and other business aviation professionals.

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Wednesday
Jan252017

American Aero FTW Launches New FBO at KFTW

A new day has dawned at Meacham International Airport, thanks to a public/private partnership between the City of Fort Worth and American Aero FTW, a fixed-base operator, or FBO.

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Friday
Nov042016

Navy SEAL Foundation Accepts $21,346 Donation from American Aero FTW

American Aero FTW, an FBO located at Meacham International Airport in Fort Worth, Texas, presented a $21,346 check to the Navy SEAL Foundation at the NBAA 2016 Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Orlando on Nov. 1. The Navy SEAL Foundation provides critical support to the Naval Special Warfare community and its families during times of illness, injury, and loss.

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