The Spanish word “aviadores” translates to “aviators” in English. “Aviadores Way” commemorates ACI Jet’s registered trademark, Aviators Doing Aviation.
“We’re a company built by aviators, operated by aviators and dedicated to producing the next generation
of aviators,” stated Bill Borgsmiller, President and CEO of ACI Jet.
“Aviadores Way is a lasting testament to the commitment we made more than twenty years ago: aviators turning our passion for flight into uniquely memorable customer experiences and community benefits.”
The company’s aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operation will also move its administrative and sales operations to the new building, featuring two dedicated conference rooms, an
expanded secure parts and tooling space, and two dedicated offices for clients to use while their aircraft
are undergoing maintenance.
The client office space is integrated with the FBO, designed to mimic a five-star hotel. Preferences for accommodations, dining, transportation and even office equipment and snacks make the visit to ACI Jet for maintenance feel like home.
“Maintenance customers have a front row seat when their aircraft are being serviced,” stated Dave
Jensen, Senior Vice President of Aircraft Maintenance.
“From the window of their fully furnished, private office on the second floor, they have full view of their aircraft, access to real-time data about their maintenance visit schedule and a team of people focused on their experience. We’re transforming the aircraft maintenance experience to one commensurate with the private jet travel experience that these same planners and managers provide their aircraft owners.”
FBO Vice President, Andrew Robillard, remarked that: “members of California’s vibrant aviation community are encouraged to stop by to say hello and see our new digs. And of course, we welcome aviators from near and far to experience what has been described as ‘the finest FBO in North America.’”