Jetex unveils plans for first US private terminal


Jetex Flight Support is launching its first branded private terminal in the USA at California’s San Bernardino International Airport. The new agreement will see the company deliver world-class aviation services at the Luxivair SBD terminal, the only facility of its kind at the airport.

The 12,000ft² two-story terminal features a spacious glass-enclosed atrium lobby, and offers ramp-side vehicle access, a pilots’ lounge, snooze room, flight-planning room, conference facilities and crew cars. Guests also have access to an extensive range of concierge services, a complimentary snack bar, a movie theater, and an outdoor lounge area complete with a panoramic view of the airport and the San Bernardino Mountains.

Passengers will also benefit from on-site US Customs officials, helping international flights avoid some of Southern California’s most congested airspace by providing an alternative point of entry to Los Angeles International, Palm Springs International and Van Nuys.

“Jetex is a world leader in our industry, and Luxivair SBD is proud to support their continued growth into the US and other markets through this integral co-branding partnership – a relationship we are confident will seamlessly complement the incredible Jetex customer service experience,” said Mike Burrows, executive director of Luxivair SBD and SBD International Airport.

Jetex CEO and president Adel Mardini said, “Luxivair SBD is a truly outstanding facility, and fully in keeping with the exceptional standards of luxury the Jetex name has become synonymous with. It is a logical choice for us to partner with Luxivair to launch our first private terminal in North America, which joins our state-of-the-art operations center in Miami to provide coast-to-coast presence. This is set to be the first of many openings, as we continue to develop our network both within the United States and on a global scale.”

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