Ross Aviation acquires Island Air’s FBOs in the Cayman Islands


Ross Aviation has acquired Island Air’s FBOs located at the Owens Roberts International Airport (MWCR) on Grand Cayman and at the Charles Kirkconnell International Airport on Cayman Brac (MWCB), both in the British West Indies.

Island Air has been serving the Cayman Islands aviation community since 1987. The FBO on Grand Cayman, located next to the general aviation customs and immigrations arrivals building, features an executive terminal.

Jeff Ross, president and CEO of Ross Aviation, said, “The Cayman Islands are well known for their superior resorts, the famous Seven-Mile beach, superb restaurants and international banking institutions. We are pleased to partner with an FBO with excellent customer service in a vibrant and growing leisure destination.”

Island Air will remain branded as such, and Marcus Cumber – who will continue as managing director and partner – will oversee daily operations. Cumber commented, “We are excited to become part of the Ross Aviation network, and our customers can expect the same excellent, consistent customer service in the future as they have enjoyed in years past.”

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