Dulles Aviation to close FBO at Manassas Regional Airport


Dulles Aviation will be closing its FBO operations at the Virginia’s Manassas Regional Airport on May 31, 2019.

Dulles Aviation started at Manassas Regional Airport in 1970 with one hangar. In 1975, they acquired a new hangar and, a decade later, started its own flight school and have trained hundreds of pilots over the years. Dulles Aviation also built two new hangars on the east side of the airfield to support the growing need for commerce on both sides of the airport.

Juan Rivera, airport director at Manassas Regional Airport, commented, “We are thankful for the partnership and quality of service that Dulles Aviation has contributed to the Manassas Regional Airport. Dulles Aviation has been a catalyst in the growth and development of the airport. We wish Tom and Joe Gardner and all their instrumental employees, the best.”

All FBO services will be available through APP Jet Center. Customers are encouraged to use other businesses on the airport for their aircraft maintenance, flight training, and rental needs.

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