Love Field, Dallas, TX--Business Jet Center and Business Jet Services, leading providers of aviation services at Dallas Love Field (DAL), have jointly been recognized as one of the best places to work in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
Competing against 200 of the top area companies, Business Jet Center and its affiliate, Business Jet Services, were certified by Quantum Market Research in Wichita, KS, as the seventh best mid-sized company in the Dallas Business Journal’s annual Best Places to Work survey.
Business Jet Center was the only Fixed Base Operator (FBO) in the area to be selected and Business Jet Services was the only aircraft sales, charter, management and maintenance provider to receive the award. In addition to being honored with the Best Place to Work designation, Business Jet Center consistently ranks as a top 10 FBO nationally in two primary aviation industry surveys.
"This award is confirmation that our employees are truly enjoying their work experience," said Stephanie Jordan, General Manager, Business Jet Center. "By working in a positive and reinforcing environment, our employees have an opportunity for success which is noticed and appreciated by our customers. It's truly a win-win situation for everyone."
Founded in 1993 and located on 24 acres at the North end of Love Field, Business Jet Center and Business Jet Services employs more than 100 people and occupy 178,000 square feet of hangar and terminal office space.
Business Jet Center is a full-service fixed base operator (FBO) with strategic locations at Love Field (DAL), Dallas, TX, and Oakland International Airport (OAK), Oakland, CA. Services include fuel, line service, catering, hangars, concierge and auto rental. Terminal services include customer and pilot lounges, flight planning services, conference and meeting rooms and wireless Internet.
Business Jet Center is affiliated with Business Jet Services, an aircraft sales, maintenance, management and charter company; and Business Jet Technologies which sells and installs Stage 3 hush kits, RVSM and engine management program development for Gulfstream II and III aircraft.