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  • Powering Aviation From The Ground Up

    Two-day conference and exhibition brings the ‘aviation pros’ to the Sands Expo Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV, March 25-26

    Article • February 28th, 2014

  • Environmental Considerations for FBO Operators

    How FBO operators can minimize environmental liability

    Article • February 25th, 2014

  • When Airports Run It All

    Why it made sense for the City of McKinney, Texas, to purchase the only FBO at McKinney National Airport

    Article • February 25th, 2014

  • AviationPros LIVE … Powering Aviation From The Ground Up!

    AviationPros LIVE is scheduled for March 25-26, at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas.

    Article • November 17th, 2013

  • Customer Service in the Name of People, Planet and Profit

    Talk to most FBOs and ask them what their points of difference are, and the stock answer may be: Our customer service is second to none.

    Article • November 19th, 2013

  • Grow a Green Team

    West Star Aviation shapes sustainability by cultivating a green culture amongst employees

    Article • November 15th, 2013

  • Keep it Straight

    The maintenance provider is only responsible for the work it performed, not for any and all work that needs to be accomplished. The owner/operator is responsible for ensuring all work necessary to keep the aircraft airworthy has been or is accomplished.

    Article • October 28th, 2013

  • FBO Mechanics: Critical GA Maintenance Needs Second Set of Eyes

    GA accident rates remain at approximately 1,500 accidents per year with almost 500 annual fatalities

    Article • October 1st, 2013

  • A Look at the Typical Maintenance FBO

    The structure, challenges, and trends of the backbone of the General Aviation maintenance industry

    Article • October 28th, 2013

  • Top 40 Under 40: Iver L. Retrum

    Iver Retrum’s advice to others breaking into the aviation field is “You got to love it.” And love it he does, which is why he has been able to build a successful 20-year career in general and business aviation. His experiences and professional...

    Article • October 7th, 2013

  • Top 40 Under 40: Anthony Banome

    Anthony Banome, who handles FBO fuel sales and customer service at Meridian, has always had a strong drive to compete. At just 29, it didn’t take the aviation industry long to figure this out. After graduating from St. John’s University Peter J...

    Article • October 7th, 2013

  • Top 40 Under 40: William Borgsmiller

    William Borgsmiller told his mother he wanted to be a pilot at the tender age of 3. And that never changed. He officially launched his aviation career at the age of 12 by working part-time for a small 135 operation in Red Bluff, Calif. that flew...

    Article • October 7th, 2013

  • Maintaining Executive Aircraft: Looks Matter!

    Mechanics who work exclusively on business jets flown by high-powered executives, their friends, and clients already know this. But for those maintenance technicians who only occasionally work on these private jets, here are some lessons I was recently...

    Article • September 16th, 2013

  • Focused Footage at the FBO

    Adding a digital surveillance system helps Millennium Aviation secure assets, safeguard staff and passengers, and shield itself from false liability claims

    Article • August 29th, 2013

  • Funding Forecast: Cloudy with a Chance for More Cuts

    Be warned: The sequester “meat cleaver” remains raised to cut towers and furlough air traffic controllers in the next fiscal year

    Article • June 27th, 2013

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