Ross Aviation completes purchase of AirFlite at Long Beach


Ross Aviation, a leading FBO network in the USA, has completed its acquisition of a new facility at Long Beach Airport in California. The company has purchased a building previously operated by AirFlite, adding to its portfolio.

The AirFlite facilities, built by Toyota in 1989, comprise a modern four-story VIP executive terminal with a pilot’s lounge, conference rooms, VIP lounge, flight planning room, passenger lobby, computer work stations with wi-fi, crew rest area and office space, as well as a 132,000ft² hangar. It was originally built to serve the Toyota Flight Department, and will continue to support Toyota’s storage and maintenance needs.

Jeff Ross, CEO and founder of Ross Aviation, said, “We are excited about completing the purchase of the AirFlite FBO from Toyota Motor Sales. This is an excellent addition to our growing chain of FBOs.”

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