Signature Flight Support to take over FBO at London Biggin Hill


Signature Flight Support has signed an agreement with London Biggin Hill Airport to expand and operate from the former RizonJet FBO facility, with operations due to commence on June 20.

The FBO, which will become a fully branded Signature Flight Support location, features elegantly appointed private lounge areas, a boardroom and multiple conference areas covering four floors and measuring over 20,000ft².

“We are pleased to be able to expand our operations at London Biggin Hill, especially in a facility of this caliber. Signature has an exceptional relationship with the airport and our collaboration has yielded excellent results for all involved – our customers, the airport and Signature Flight Support.

“Having been present on the airport since February 2014 and now with this fantastic FBO, coupled with our world-class service, we are prouder than ever to welcome our customers from around the globe to Signature London Biggin Hill,” stated Mark Johnstone, managing director, BBA Aviation Flight Support EMEA, the parent company of Signature Flight Support.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to expand our relationship with Signature Flight Support. The strength and depth of the Signature product is a tremendous asset to London Biggin Hill and its customers,” stated Robert Walters, director, London Biggin Hill Airport.

In addition to the new FBO operation, London Biggin Hill also plans to extend its operating hours and provide new GPS approaches and a new four-star hotel on the airport premises, adjacent to the expanded Signature facility.

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