Signature Flight Support expands its network in Latin America

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Signature Flight Support has announced that it has signed a letter of intent with Central Charter De Colombia located at El Dorado International Airport to become the newest Signature Select affiliate in Latin America.

Signature’s Latin America presence has recently expanded with new locations in Panama City, Panama; Toluca, Mexico and now in Bogota, Colombia, adding to its 23 Lider Aviação locations in Brazil.

“We see Latin America as a key region for continued expansion,” said Maria A Sastre, president and chief operating officer for Signature Flight Support. “We continue to look for strategic expansion opportunities that are relevant to our global customers. Colombia’s growing economy makes Bogota attractive to our customers and we are delighted to welcome Central Charter De Colombia to our global network.”

“Central Charter de Colombia is a leading provider of executive aviation services, with more than 36 years of experience. Our agreement with Signature Flight Support to become a Signature Select will provide our customers access to the world’s largest and most widely recognized FBO network; we couldn’t be more pleased,” added Rodrigo Perdomo, president and CEO for Central Charter de Colombia.

Central Charter de Colombia offers its customers comprehensive flight support services from its newly constructed 3,800ft2 executive terminal. The terminal features two VIP lounges for customers, a pilots’ lounge and two snooze rooms designed to accommodate overnight stays.

Facilities for immigration, customs and permit processing are available at the FBO. Additionally, the company offers comprehensive aircraft charter and aircraft management services. Complete aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services are provided by an experienced team of technicians and the facility is an authorized service facility for Textron’s Cessna and Beechcraft aircraft and is a certified FAA Repair Station.

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