Avflight acquires Louisiana FBO


Avflight, an operator of FBOs across North America and Europe, has a new facility at Monroe Regional Airport, Louisiana. The company has taken over the building from the previous operator, JPS Aviation, bringing its total number of FBOs globally to 16.

As an expert in acquisition management, Avflight is making sure that the transition from JPS remains seamless for customers, transient traffic and existing staff. Avflight is part of the Avfuel network, and in addition to FBOs offers fueling services for commercial and military aviation, charter flight services through its partnership with JPS Aero, FAA- and AA-certified maintenance and services, an aircraft parts department, hangar space and rentals.

Carl Muhs, Avflight president, said, “This acquisition is key for our representation in the southern states of the USA. The FBO has a long-standing tradition of trusted, reliable service – a trust Avflight aims to build upon by providing the expansive resources of a network backed by the experience of more than 20 years in the aviation handling business.”

John Mullen, the FBO’s general manager, added, “Joining Avlight’s operation is a good opportunity for our FBO and the airport. We’ve always delivered a high standard of service, but the level of support and branding recognition Avflight provides will help us thrive in an evolving market for many years to come. We’re proud to raise the Avflight logo and excited about the possibilities of this acquisition.”

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