Showing posts with label Skyservice Business Aviation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Skyservice Business Aviation. Show all posts

Wednesday 12 April 2023

Skyservice Business Aviation opens Vancouver fixed-based operations

Skyservice Business Aviation, a North American leader in business aviation, opens its Vancouver International Airport, Fixed-Based Operations.   

"We are delighted to welcome customers to our newest FBO facility," commented Benjamin Murray, President, and CEO of Skyservice. "Vancouver is an essential hub for Canadian commerce and recreation and a key location for our clients. We intend to make further investments at the airport, including expanding our hangar footprint, providing on-site maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) capabilities, and operating sustainability initiatives."

Skyservice Vancouver is the company's eleventh fixed-based operation and sixth World Fuel Air Elite location in Canada, providing extensive ground handling, fueling, and hangarage services along with bespoke customer service, aircraft management, and private jet charter services.  Skyservice operates two additional locations dedicated solely to MRO services in Muskoka, Ontario, and Montreal, Quebec, and is expanding into Napa, California this spring and constructing an additional private jet centre in Seattle, Washington to replace its existing facility.

"We are thrilled to announce our expanded relationship with Skyservice, a trusted leader in aviation services. Our new agreement marks an important milestone in our growth strategy, allowing us to invest and expand with Skyservice at Vancouver Airport", said Malcolm Hawkins, senior vice president at World Fuel Services. "As an essential location in the World Fuel Network, Skyservice's membership in Air Elite and commitment to providing the highest standard of service will allow us to deliver exceptional experiences to our flight department cardholders. We look forward to working together to provide unparalleled service and solutions to general and business aircraft operators."