Farnborough Airport has been named Europe’s top FBO for the 16th time in the 2021 Professional Pilot PRASE Survey.
Farnborough Airport scored 9.30 in the Professional Pilot PRASE Survey, which is an annual ranking of customer opinions of aviation ground services. Executives in charge of flight departments, aviation managers, chief pilots, CEOs and other qualified subscribers to Professional Pilot magazine are polled each year to determine the winning list.
“We are ever grateful for the continued support and confidence in Farnborough Airport, especially after navigating the exceptional challenges of the past year. While the world around us continues to change, particularly within the travel sphere, as we look ahead, one thing that will remain constant is our commitment to outstanding customer service and operational excellence,” said Simon Geere, Farnborough Airport CEO.
Farnborough Airport was the UK’s first airfield in aviation history and home to the country’s first powered flight in 1908. Over the years the airport has continued to be a leader in aviation, hosting Farnborough International Airshow every two years and pioneering sustainability in the industry over the past decade.
In 2018, Farnborough Airport was the first business aviation airport to be awarded carbon neutral status by Airports Council International Europe. The Farnborough team is committed to minimising environmental impact and continually improving environmental performance throughout its operations.