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FlightServ stuns with new corporate jet facility, now open

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FlightServ stuns with new corporate jet facility, now open   - Business aviation publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes

FlightServ — the sole independent FBO at Trenton Mercer Airport —is thrilled to welcome guests with its new, luxury corporate jet facility, which opened Dec. 17, 2022. Robbie Hunter, FlightServ’s vice president of operations, commented: “Today we celebrate. When we established ourselves on the field five years ago, our goal was to serve the region’s aircraft with the caliber of services and amenities they deserved, but had yet to see. From day one, we’ve focused on going the extra mile, establishing a reputation for unmatched customer care. I’m proud to say today we’re further fulfilling our promise to provide an exceptional customer experience by opening our state-of-the-art jet facility. Our first-rate services are now reflected in first-rate accommodations, providing the ultimate Northeast gateway to business and leisure.”

The 110,000-square-foot complex situated on 22 acres features a modern FBO facility, build-to-suit office space and an 80,000-square-foot heated hangar to accommodate the FBO’s rapidly-growing customer base. The hangar includes 28-foot high doors, enabling it to house all private aircraft operations—including those with the latest models of Bombardier Global and Gulfstream jets—looking for prime real estate in a desirable Northeast location.

The state-of-the-art FBO facility includes all the modern amenities required by discerning guests, including dedicated pilot and passenger lounges, crew snooze rooms, a catering kitchen, and a cappuccino machine, so guests can fuel up, too. As a full-service FBO, FlightServ provides an array of quality services and amenities for its guests out of the new corporate jet facility, including fueling for jet A and avgas, Avfuel Contract Fuel, AVTRIP, ground power units, free Wi-Fi, access to daily news, complete concierge services for ground transportation, catering and hotel accommodations, and renowned aircraft detailing.

Now the doors of its corporate jet facility are open, FlightServ turns its attention to planning a grand opening soirée. With a background in charter operations, FlightServ personnel uniquely understand the needs and desires of their clientele, and go the extra mile to exceed those expectations. With its convenient location in the state’s capital, directly in-between Teterboro and Northeast Philadelphia, FlightServ helps guests land closer to prominent businesses and the esteemed Princeton University without the congestion of Teterboro, Morristown, Newark and Philadelphia. FlightServ also provides transient overflow hangar space for the greater New York area.

 





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