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Monday
Oct072019

Jet Aviation Opens New Teterboro Hangar and Renovated FBO

Jet Aviation announces the opening of its new 40,000 sq. ft. hangar and completely renovated FBO in Teterboro, NJ (KTEB). The company held a pre-opening celebration at the hangar in August 2019 and has now received its final operating approval.

Jet Aviation invested more than $25 million in its Teterboro facility, including a complete renovation of its FBO and construction of a new state-of-the-art, 40,000 sq. ft. hangar, equipped with 30-foot doors that can accommodate aircraft as large as the Gulfstream 650s. The FBO incorporates new standard design elements that will ensure customers have a consistent experience when visiting any of the company’s sites worldwide. The site’s amenities include dedicated passenger and crew lounges, flight planning room, executive conference rooms, business center, health/fitness spa and on-site U.S. customs services.

Teterboro is the busiest business aviation airport in the United States, averaging more than 200 departures per day, and is centrally located just miles from midtown Manhattan. The expanded Teterboro FBO and hangar allow Jet Aviation to continue supporting customers in the locations they most frequent.

Construction and renovation is under way or pending in the U.S. and Caribbean at six of Jet Aviation’s 13 regional locations. This includes an entirely new FBO and hangar complex that is nearing completion at Van Nuys, California. Hangar expansions in San Juan, Puerto Rico and West Palm Beach, Florida are ongoing and significant renovations will soon be underway at the Dallas, Texas FBO. Finally, Jet Aviation is preparing to begin construction on its newest FBO in Scottsdale, Arizona, where Jet Aviation recently announced it has acquired a stake in the Scottsdale Jet Center.

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