Sky Valet wins AENA Madrid and Barcelona FBO contracts


Sky Valet has won the AENA tenders for the business terminals at Madrid and Barcelona airports.

The new contracts span a minimum of five years and Sky Valet hopes to pursue its upselling strategy, particularly with the aim of getting IS-BAH certification for these two FBOs.

Michel Tohane, executive VP of Sky Valet and director of general aviation at Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur Group, said, “By awarding us the Madrid and Barcelona FBO contracts, AENA is acknowledging our expertise and renewing its confidence in our ability to boost the attractiveness of these two destinations, via a competitive pricing policy and the service quality standards that underpin Sky Valet’s reputation.”

At the end of October, the Madrid business aviation terminal had recorded 4,200 movements since January 1, with an expected 5,000 movements by end of the year.

The Barcelona business aviation terminal recorded 2,500 movements, with a target of 2,800 by December 31, 2018.


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