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Florida FBO Starts New Hangar Build

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: United States Aircraft: Airplanes
Source: AIN

Stuart Jet Center, one of two FBOs at Florida’s Witham Field/Martin County Airport, has broken ground on a 24,000 sq ft hangar that, when completed in next year’s first quarter, will allow the Avfuel-branded service provider to shelter the latest ultra-long-range business jets.

The $2 million project, wind-coded to meet Miami-Dade specifications for hurricane safety, will include an additional 3,750 sq ft of office space. Stuart Jet Center is home to approximately 30 jets, and is expecting the arrival of several G650s as owners take delivery of their new aircraft.

The company already has 250,000 sq ft of hangar space at the site and offers more than 15 acres of lighted ramp space.



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