Paragon Aviation Group welcomes new FBO locations


Paragon Aviation Group has welcomed Castle & Cooke Aviation’s FBO located in Honolulu, Hawaii located at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (PHNL) and Iceland Jet Center to the Paragon Network.

“We are excited to have the Paragon Network assisting us in our effort to identify the perfect match of customer need to our elegant facility and excellent service,” said Tony Marlow, president of aviation operations and business development for Castle & Cooke Aviation.

“Castle & Cooke’s Honolulu location is the perfect stop for long legs across the Pacific,” said Megan Barnes, president of Paragon Aviation Group. “We look closely at airport pairings when choosing markets to bring into the Paragon Network. With our ExecuJet members in the Australia and New Zealand markets, Castle & Cooke in Honolulu fits perfectly as a tech stop location. We are thrilled they have joined our network as they are a first-rate FBO with a superior safety record and provide the desired amenities our customers expect.”

With 18,000 square feet of hangar space plus aircraft cleaning and maintenance services available, Castle & Cooke also has an executive conference room and a pilot’s flight planning center to cater to everyone’s needs.

Iceland Jet Center has also joined the Paragon Network. With four FBO locations, Iceland Jet Center at Keflavik Airport (BIKF) and its sister locations Air Iceland Connect at Reykjavik (BIRK), Akyreyri (BIAR) and Egilsstadir (BIEG) make up the biggest FBO network in Iceland offering ground handling services. Iceland Jet Center offers general aircraft ground handling service for general aviation, from corporate up to jumbo jets, both for cargo and passenger’s needs.

With these Iceland FBOs joining, the Paragon Network is now active in 20 countries with over 59 FBOs around the world. Reykjavik, Iceland’s capital, is the country’s most populous city. Iceland provides a great option for tech stops from North America to Europe and beyond.

“Iceland Jet Center and Air Iceland Connect locations will be our sole representation in Iceland. They are a wonderful addition to our membership of elite FBOs around the world,” said Megan Barnes, President of Paragon Aviation Group. “Additionally, with their superior safety record and decades of service experience, Paragon is proud to welcome them as we expand our network to a new country.”

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