Hawthorne's MacArthur Airport FBO Welcomes Private Jet Travelers To U.S. Open Tennis Tournament

 Hawthorne Global Aviation Services today announced that it is now accepting private jet ramp reservations for its  MacArthur Airport FBO, for private jet travelers that are attending the U.S. Open tennis tournament this year.  MacArthur Airport (ISP) is 40 minutes via ground transportation to the USTA stadium in Flushing Queens, where the tennis tournament will be held from August 25th through September 8.   U.S. Open tickets are now on sale at www.usopen.org.

“With the U.S. Open tournament only a few weeks away, we look forward to welcoming private jet travelers with our excellent service, enabling them to avoid the congestion of other New York City airports,” said Rob Sherry, General Manager of the Hawthorne MacArthur  FBO.  “To make your visit to the U.S. Open as convenient as possible, we provide a full range of services, including ground transportation, restaurant and hotel reservations, along with fuel and hangarage.”

Hawthorne MacArthur Airport features a spacious FBO terminal, with more than 200,000 square feet of hangar and office space.   It is the largest private jet facility on Long Island.   Hawthorne offers a full range of services for passengers, crew and owners, including a maintenance department and parts, aircraft parking and hangarage, concierge services (including catering, lodging and ground transportation), rental and crew cars,  state-of-the-art flight planning, passenger and  pilot lounge.  It also features on-site customs, and is a Part 145 repair station.

About Hawthorne Global Aviation Services:

Hawthorne is a premier provider of general aviation services, with a rich history in the industry dating back to 1932.  Hawthorne operates four premiere Fixed Based Operators (FBO) located at MacArthur Airport  in Islip, NY (KISP); Cobb County Airport  in Atlanta, GA (KRYY); Chicago Executive Airport in Chicago, IL (KPWK) and Lakefront Airport in New Orleans (KNEW).  For more information, please visit. www.hawthorne.aero.  

 

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