Paragon Network adds two new members

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Two FBOs in the USA have become the newest members of the Paragon Network – Business Air at Denton Enterprise Airport in North Texas, and Indy Jet at Indianapolis Regional Airport in Indiana.

Paragon is a collective of independent FBOs, which need to comply with a series of core standards.

Business Air has been in operation for more than 15 years, and was recently praised by the City of Denton for its contribution to developing local business. NATA Safety 1st Certified line personnel, competitive fuel prices, no ramp fees and a range of passenger services are among its main selling points.

Indy Jet purchased the full service FBO at Indianapolis Regional Airport in 2009, which has a recently renovated lobby and pilots’ lounge, an executive conference room and a state-of-the-art flight planning room. Its heated hangar space is big enough to accommodate a Gulfstream 650 and Global Express.

Business Air CEO Damon Ward said, “We couldn’t be more pleased to be joining the Paragon Network. As Denton Airport’s longest-standing FBO, we have embraced – and cared about – the same core standards since 2001. Namely, to provide a great flying experience for business and leisure travelers.”

Ryan Maxfield, general manager, Indy Jet, added, “I highly value the ability to tap into a decade’s worth of FBO expertise and industry experience and share best practices, and will enjoy the opportunity for increased buying power.”

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