Ross Aviation has expanded its FBO network to the Pacific, announcing today the purchase of Hawaii Air Service and six facilities scattered across the islands. Tracing its history since 1948, Hawaii Air Service operates flagship at Honolulu International Airport Daniel K. Inaui, as well as in Lanai, Maui, Hill, Kauai and Kona. On the latter, he is developing the first FBO, which will include a 5,000-square-foot terminal. feet and hangar business jets of 38,000 square meters. feet, which is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
“Hawaii Air Service is a leading provider of aviation services and a key member of the Hawaiian aviation community,” said Ross CEO Brian Corbett. “Their unique spirit of warmth and friendliness of Aloha perfectly meets our standards of hospitality flights, and we couldn’t be more pleased that they are now part of the Ross Aviation family.”
The app brings Rosa to 25 locations in the US and the Caribbean. Ross himself is now completing Fr. merger with Atlantic Aviation which is expected to end next month. This merger will result in its seats likely to be rebranded to the Atlantic FBO, and including the acquisition of Ross Air Service Hawaii will make Atlantic only the second FBO network with more than 100 seats worldwide. This was announced by a representative of Ross Aviation AIN Hawaii Air Service talks preceded a discussion of a merger with Atlantic.
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