Republic Jet Center completes purchase of Republic Airport FBO

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Republic Jet Center, a member of the Signature Flight Support FBO network, has assumed full ownership and operations of all FBO facilities and services at Republic Airport in Farmingdale, Long Island, New York.

Formerly owned and operated by Talon Air, the 100,000ft² (9,290m²) FBO complex is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Republic Jet Center will continue as Long Island’s only FBO to operate within the Signature Flight Support Corporation’s network, and has the largest hangar space offered by any of Republic Airport’s FBOs.

It provides 24/7 maintenance and fueling services for based and transient aircrafts in addition to aircraft and crew services, on-site Part 145 repair station, NATA Safety First-certified line crew, hangar and ramp parking, and full de-icing.

Jennifer Minori-Baumann, general manager of Republic Jet Center, said, “We are planning many new and exciting changes for our facilities over the next several years that will further enhance the experience of Republic Jet Center clients.

“Our mission has always been to provide our customers with the highest level of convenience and service. Our FBO operations and expert staff are among the best in the country. With our new, state-of-the-art facility and designation as Signature Select Partner, we will continue to lower costs for aircraft owners and operators while providing more comprehensive luxury amenities. We are incredibly excited to now be Republic Jet Center, and we look forward to the future.”

Passenger services offered by Republic Jet Center include laneside vehicle access, an executive lounge and conference room with wi-fi access and satellite television, full concierge services with luxury car and limousine transportation access, and a VIP helicopter transfer to Manhattan. Additionally, Republic Jet Center offers a pilot lounge with sleep rooms and showers.

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