Avflight Milwaukee opens new FBO facility

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Avflight Corporation has opened a new FBO facility at its Milwaukee, Wisconsin, location in the US.

Avflight is part of the Avfuel-Branded network of over 650 FBOs worldwide. The new 3,295 square foot, state-of-the-art building in Milwaukee features a pilot lounge, two private ‘snooze rooms’ for pilots, conference rooms for business on the go, a kitchen for guest use and a catering kitchen.

“It’s been a rewarding year-plus providing exceptional aviation services to the Milwaukee community, and we’re pleased to be able to match that level of service with the comforts of a first-rate facility,” said Garrett Hain, Avflight’s director of finance. “It’s important to Avflight to invest in the communities in which it operates; providing a facility that acts as a premier gateway to Milwaukee is one way in which we’re carrying out that mission.”

As a full-service FBO, Avflight Milwaukee offers its customers jet fuel and avgas, a 24-hour control tower, cargo handling, customs, de- and anti-icing services, and a courtesy car and shuttle. Customers will also benefit from Avfuel Contract Fuel and AVTRIP rewards at the Avfuel-branded FBO.

This news follows shortly after Avfuel added independent FBO Carlsbad Jet Centre, located at the McClellan-Palomar Airport, to its FBO network on January 18.

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