FlightServ to build FBO and hangar facility at Trenton Mercer Airport

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After years of negotiation with Mercer County and the Trenton Mercer Airport Authority in New Jersey, USA, FlightServ has acquired a new ground lease where it will construct a new FBO and hangar facility.

FlightServ and Bascon Engineering has put together plans to demolish the existing structure and construct a new facility on the land. The facility will include a full-service FBO with private corporate offices and 80,000ft² (7,430m²) of corporate and transient hangar space.

The hangar will be large enough to accommodate a Gulfstream 650ER and the Bombardier Global 7500. On-site, there will also be general aviation tie downs, a de-icing facility, jet fuel and Avgas 100LL fuel, and a 44,000-gallon fuel farm.

The ground lease is located at the end of Trenton Mercer Airport’s runway 34, off taxiways Foxtrot and Delta. The 22-acre parcel was formerly home to the Naval Warfare Center.

Jon Gruelle, CEO at FlightServ, said, “We are thrilled with the outcome of our negotiations and the plans in place for a premier facility. We pride ourselves on being in tune to our customers’ needs in order to provide an exceptional experience, guaranteed.

“The new facility is an extension of this promise to our guests by providing premier accommodations in an optimum location on the airport field, along with personalized service beyond compare.”

With its convenient location in the state’s capital – in-between Teterboro and Northeast Philadelphia – FlightServ helps guests land closer to prominent businesses and Princeton University without the congestion of other nearby metropolitan airports.

FlightServ is also able to provide transient overflow hangar space for the greater New York area.

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