Avflight expands FBOs as it moves into Canada’s Winnipeg Airport

posted on 6th February 2019 by Omar
Avflight expands FBOs as it moves into Canada's Winnipeg Airport

Avflight has expanded its chain of FBOs, changing the Kelly Western Jet Centreat Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airportto Avflight Winnipeg, marking the company’s first venture into Canada and bringing its number of full-service FBOs to 21 across North America and Europe.

Avflight Winnipeg offers customers 24-hour service fueling services, de-icing, courtesy cars and charter handling. As a full-service FBO, Avflight will operate out of the existing FBO building, which includes hangar space large enough to accommodate any size business aircraft.

Garrett Hain, vice president of finance at Avflight, said: “Winnipeg is a key location for the Avflight Network. This acquisition will help connect Avflight customers to business in Winnipeg and serve as the network’s gateway to Canada.”

Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport

As experts in acquisition management, Avflight ensures the FBO’s customers, transient traffic and staff will experience a seamless transition from Kelly Western Jet Centre to Avflight Winnipeg, receiving all the services they need handled with expert care.

All Avflight locations provide full fueling and line-service operations as well as a wide variety of amenities. Customers range from corporate jet traffic to commercial airlines and cargo companies, as well as charter operations and small aircraft.

Avflight operates at strategically-located airports in North America and Europe, specializing in corporate, commercial, and military traffic and services. Avflight is part of the Avfuel Network, offering a full array of Avfuel fueling products and services, such as Avfuel Contract Fuel and AVTRIP rewards.

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